The Structured Outcomes feature lets users mark top-level content items, as well as
comments and replies, as Final, Official, Outdated, and so on. You can select which marking
options community users will see, or disable them altogether. You can also limit this feature to
specific users or a group of users.
Note: Helpful and Correct Answers are not part of the code base of the Structured Outcomes
In the Admin Console, go to System > Settings > Structured Outcomes.
From here, you can enable and configure Structured Outcomes, or disable them
Enable and configure
To select which badges users will see, make sure that Structured Outcomes are
Enabled, and then select the badges that will display to
users (Final, Official, Outdated, and so on).
To disable this feature, click Disabled. Note that if
Structured Outcomes were previously enabled and used in the community, users will
still see the previously marked Outcomes badges on content items; but users will not
be able to mark any content items from this point forward.
Limiting Structured Outcomes to Specific Users
You can limit the Structured Outcomes badging feature to specific users, or a group of users, by giving them Mark Outcomes permissions. Only these users will see the marking options on content. All users will be able to see the badges that are assigned to any content items.