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Old 12-12-2010, 02:35 PM
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Has it ever been considered to put in a thank you button? On a couple of forums I am on they have a thank you button at the bottom of each post. So if you agree with someones post, or if it was good or so on you click that to show support.

There have been many times where someone posted an excellent post and something that I would have said and instead of posting good post right after them or quoting them or such it would be so much simpler to just be able to click that. After the button is clicked then it shows who has clicked it for all to see the support that post is getting. I causes the threads to be less cluttered with Good Posts and such responses. Just an idea.
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Old 12-12-2010, 10:56 PM
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Has it ever been considered to put in a thank you button? On a couple of forums I am on they have a thank you button at the bottom of each post. So if you agree with someones post, or if it was good or so on you click that to show support.

There have been many times where someone posted an excellent post and something that I would have said and instead of posting good post right after them or quoting them or such it would be so much simpler to just be able to click that. After the button is clicked then it shows who has clicked it for all to see the support that post is getting. I causes the threads to be less cluttered with Good Posts and such responses. Just an idea.
LOVE that idea. I'm constantly looking for the "Like" button like on Facebook. But it would help keep the threads a little less cluttered.
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Old 12-12-2010, 11:27 PM
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Has it ever been considered to put in a thank you button? On a couple of forums I am on they have a thank you button at the bottom of each post. So if you agree with someones post, or if it was good or so on you click that to show support.

There have been many times where someone posted an excellent post and something that I would have said and instead of posting good post right after them or quoting them or such it would be so much simpler to just be able to click that. After the button is clicked then it shows who has clicked it for all to see the support that post is getting. I causes the threads to be less cluttered with Good Posts and such responses. Just an idea.
I LOVE this on my other forum

Can we have a bad post button too? Kind of like how facebook should so have a "dislike" button
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Old 12-12-2010, 11:30 PM
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On Ravelry, we have Agree, Disagree, Educational, Interesting, Funny, and Love. Anonymous clicking.
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As long as its not anonymous.
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Old 12-13-2010, 07:47 PM
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I wouldn't want anonymous for here, no. A publicly-found dog forum is different than a members-only knitting community.
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I always figure that if you are going to remark, whether it's typed out or just a click, you ought to be willing to stand behind it openly
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I always figure that if you are going to remark, whether it's typed out or just a click, you ought to be willing to stand behind it openly
OK where is that LIKE or THANK YOU button?
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