Valve has quietly rolled out a new feature to Steam’s Workshop. Now, new submissions will require approval of a moderator before going live on the Workshop. While the new process may slow down new submissions to the Workshop, it’s a move modders and mappers have been requesting for a while now to counter the flood of scam account submissions. The Global Offensive subreddit spotted the change this weekend. User TanookiSuit3 posted a screenshot showing a new banner over a pending Steam Workshop submission, which reads “Moderators need to approve the latest version of this item before it will be visible to other players in the Workshop.” It contains a link to more information, which is found in Steam Support. That page explains that the submission process now has two steps: first, an email verification that the user associated with the Steam account is the same person who made the submission, and second, moderator approval of the new item, map, skin, or mod. “Newly submitted and updated items will be placed into a moderation queue,” the help page reads. “You’ll be able to view and edit the content during this process, but other players will not be able to view changes until they’re approved.”
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