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Issue #1

There is a poll that is part of the article that has been removed. Though there's no proper rule here regarding polls. But in my opinion, a poll requires significant interaction and IV must not generate with that.

If it is allowed to have this poll removed, then admin I suggest to look at this sister blog. The poll is there and this is the template that has been won.

https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/raptorshq.com/template2/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.raptorshq.com%2F2019%2F1%2F23%2F18194845%2Fwhat-s-up-with-kawhi-s-load-management

Would love to know your thoughts too.
Ilya Borovik
I agree that polls on this website a kind of tricky.

If we follow the Checklist 6.4.3 (https://instantview.telegram.org/checklist#6-4-3-auxiliary-widgets):
>Some websites include “And what would you do?” votes at the end of some of their articles to increase user engagement. None of these should bother you. Simply remove such non-essential widgets from the article and go ahead with generating the IV page.

However, on some pages, the polls are mentioned in the text so removing them may result in the loss of the content flow.

On this website, there are clearly identifiable both closed and open polls.
You provide two references where an open poll was marked as @unsupported, and the closed one was formatted as text.

I think we can do the same:
- Mark all open as unsupported (even if some of them are just "what do you think?" polls)
- @unsupport all closed polls (i think less than 5% of pages have these polls, most of them with unsupported NHL embeds, so not a big problem)
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Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Reported
Mar 8, 2019 at 3:50 PM