The yellow triangle is because Quora’s Credential Bot thinks your credential is not serious or helpful or whatever else the Quora Credential Bot thinks. You should be getting a warning message on the Credential:
The Quora Credential Bot doesn’t notify you that it doesn’t like your credential; it just preemptively hides it, and users typically end up stumbling on this alert. Especially confusing, when it applies to bios that predated the introduction of Credentials (Show your expertise with credentials by Jackson Mohsenin on Quora Product Updates). The yellow triangle is only visible by you, since it is an indication that Quora is suppressing that credential, and picking some other credential out of your list.
See many related questions, such as
- Why are my Quora credentials hidden and why do they keep needing editing and improving?
- Why, after two years, has Quora Moderation decided one of my credentials “needs editing to be helpful to readers”?
- Why does Quora keep saying that my credentials need editing, even though it already asked me where I live?
- Why is Quora saying that I need to edit my credential?
- I have had to delete my “Credentials” on Quora, because Quora keeps picking the wrong ones for the category the question came from. Why the change?
And then, for jollies, read the Quora design team’s post mortem on how the new Credentials rollout went:
This metric represented our goal much more clearly than counting the total number of added bios did, and in fact, when we tested the entire Credentials package towards the end of the project, we got less total Bios but more helpful Bios compared to the previous system.
See? It worked! Success! Sure, a whole bunch of people opted out of using bios, and a whole bunch of people had their existing bios rejected by the Credential Bot, and a whole bunch of people kept editing their bios to placate the Credential Bot unsuccessfully. But the remaining credentials were much much more helpful than before!