Hello, This message is addressed to Unity Technologies. (@UnityMaru) Unity Answers has existed for more than 10 years. More than 370 000 questions are currently accessible on the site (I guess we can add several thousands inaccessible questions to the list). EVERYDAY, 50 to 100 questions are asked (I don't have the exact statistics, sorry) and at least 30 new users are asking a question. How do I know this? Because @UnityMaru raised the minimum account life before posting about one year ago, so the questions of newcomers fall in the moderation queue which is growing at least by 30 every day. (by the way, this measure is useless without super moderators to suspend the accounts since the user just needs to wait for few minutes before posting again and its post is published) I've been a moderator on Unity Answers for more than four years, going on Unity Answers to do my "job" almost everyday, on my free time as well on my job time (hopefully my boss won't see this message). I've done my best to keep the quality of Unity Answers at a minimum level by guiding people asking questions answered a million times, asking "debug me this" or "code me this" questions before closing their questions. I've posted more than 20 000 messages, 75% of them are comments reminding the rules of Unity Answers, often along with a link to the documentation / a link to the identical question / or even the coded solution. Spoiler: Hellium Few days ago, I've decided to give up. Why wasting my time on this since people will never understand and put efforts into reading the (outdated?) FAQ? A lot of talented people gave up too (@Bunny83 , @Owen-Reynolds , @hexagonius , @Glurth , @fafase and many others). I believe @tormentoarmagedoom and I were the last active moderators of Unity Answers. At the time I write these lines, 140 questions are waiting in the moderation queue. The oldest one is about 3 days old (yes, it matches the day I've stopped moderate the queue) Spoiler: Moderation queue EDIT: 172 questions in 4 days For YEARS moderators have been asking for improvements of Unity Answers (tools, rewriting of the FAQ, see meta space of UA) but those needs have never been taken into account by Unity Technologies. I know Unity Answers is based on a third-party technology and it's hard to make changes but there is clearly a lack of sincerity. (Don't mention the Help Room, this space is a total nonsense IMO, advanced questions are asked in this space and NullReferenceException questions are asked in the default space. Without mentioning that the Help Room is also referenced by the search engine and by Google, so it makes even more difficult the search of the good piece of information) I believe it's time for Unity Technologies to take a clear and final decision about Unity Answers. Either Unity Answers dies, meaning the questions are moved to the forum and the website is closed. I guess there are tools on the Unity forum to moderate the threads Or Unity Answers is maintained, the underlying system is changed if needed, and tools are provided to moderators to do their "job" correctly If this complaint is not taken into account, then, I don't care, It's not my responsibility. However the forum may need to prepare itself to be flooded even more by questions about NullReferenceException, missing semi-colons or braces, other dumb compiler errors, duplicate questions, "code me this" requests and more. Ignoring this complaint will penalise the whole growing community of Unity Answers, not only the people who don't take the time to do a 5 minutes Google search, but also the people with interesting and important questions, simply because their questions will be lost in the moderation queue, maybe published 3 to 10 days after asking it. Thanks to the few people who managed to read this far.