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    Tom Maguire

    Agree. It's always full stops.

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    Myles Grogan

    Yes. I've got interviews with not a question mark in sight. Putting them in adds extra time. Punctuation is definitely one area that would improve the quality of an otherwise good service. 

    Myles 

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    Alastair Jardine

    Hi everyone. This is a really interesting–and challenging–area. We obviously want to make it as easy as possible for you to correct. We'll be looking at more punctuation options the year.

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    Myles Grogan

    Thank you, Alistair. 

    I'm sure it is a challenging area for an algorithm to handle. Good luck with it! I look forward to hearing about the progress.

    Myles

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    Alastair Jardine

    Thanks Myles. We'll keep this thread updated when we have more news.

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    Omid Zoufonoun

    Hello,

     

    I'm not sure why this would be missing and why it would be difficult.  While it is possible to have a non-question sentence begin with the words "why, did, how, would" etc, it's extremely rare.  I would much rather have to correct those rare cases than the current algorithm where I have ALWAYS add question marks because there are none added.  

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