NGL System Questions - How to Know Which Questions are Fake?
When it comes to the NGL system, it can sometimes be challenging to differentiate between real questions and those generated by the system itself. However, there are a few easy ways to identify them. Let me guide you through the process.
Firstly, take a look at the message you have received, whether it's an audio message or a text message. If you spot a black reply button at the bottom of the message, and just above it, you see the text "Send with love from Team NGL," then you can be certain that this is an NGL system question or an NGL bot AI question. This message is not from a human.
On the other hand, if you come across a message with a black reply button and above it, you see a jiggling red button, this indicates a question from a real person. In this case, the message is not generated by the NGL system.
To further confirm whether the question is from the NGL system or a human, keep an eye out for the settings option. If you see this option, along with a toggle switch for NGL messages on or off, then it means your NGL messages are enabled. This implies that you will receive system-generated questions or bot questions.
In summary, identifying fake questions from the NGL system is relatively simple. Watch out for the presence of the black reply button and the accompanying text "Send with love from Team NGL" to confirm that you are dealing with an NGL system question. Conversely, if you spot a jiggling red button above the black reply button, it means the question is from a real person. Additionally, take note of whether your NGL messages are turned on or off, as this will determine if you receive system-generated questions.
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