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September 26, 2017, 08:57:21 AM
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How about the ability to "like" or "+1" a post?  To prevent obvious abuse, you must have positive trust and seniority to vote.   A +1 should not give any advantage to a a post.
You can absolutely love an article sincerely. You read the content and feel like it. I often read articles about bitcoin. I want to learn more about this currency. To invest in the right way.

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December 14, 2017, 09:22:54 PM
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I don't know if this was thought about yet, but couldn't there be some type of implementation of an algorithm to say that if there was a mass of likes/upvotes or dislikes/downvotes within a given timeframe that the moderator for that particular board has to verify when it comes to the reputation?

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December 21, 2017, 04:43:29 PM
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I don't know if this was thought about yet, but couldn't there be some type of implementation of an algorithm to say that if there was a mass of likes/upvotes or dislikes/downvotes within a given timeframe that the moderator for that particular board has to verify when it comes to the reputation?

Do you mean that if a post gained a certain amount of dislikes then it could be put up for review for the moderators to remove? I mean that could work but I think if the post infringed a rule then someone would of reported it.

Just because a post is disliked by the majority doesn't mean they aren't expressing a legitimate opinion.
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December 22, 2017, 05:23:01 PM
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I don't know if this was thought about yet, but couldn't there be some type of implementation of an algorithm to say that if there was a mass of likes/upvotes or dislikes/downvotes within a given timeframe that the moderator for that particular board has to verify when it comes to the reputation?

Do you mean that if a post gained a certain amount of dislikes then it could be put up for review for the moderators to remove? I mean that could work but I think if the post infringed a rule then someone would of reported it.

Just because a post is disliked by the majority doesn't mean they aren't expressing a legitimate opinion.

What I meant was if a post gets certain amount of dislikes in a certain timeframe, i.e. 50 dislikes/likes in 2 mins. That would be an indicator for the mods to look at the accounts to see if bots/alts were used.

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January 27, 2018, 08:23:22 AM
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Shouldn't this be canceled If It's planned? I liked the idea originally but since we now have merit points, I don't see much use for this, It will probably only make profiles and threads slower to load.

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January 27, 2018, 02:38:45 PM
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It's probably redundant now but it still could be useful I think. Sometimes you might just want to like something that is funny without necessarily giving it merit. You may also have run out of merit or not have any to give in the first place etc. Also, I don't think there's any guarantees that this system will be transferred over to the new forum as it's just a test run really. If it works out well enough then I'm sure it will be but maybe it will just turn out to not be an effective enough system but only time will tell if masses of lower ranked accounts aren't really getting anywhere despite descent postings etc.

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January 28, 2018, 11:14:28 AM
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What would be the purpose of the +1/liking a post? Just to show your agree? Would they be tallied up or a score kept to show how many +1s/likes you have? (like being another feedback system). I thought about being able to favourite/bookmark posts or threads, not to score them or whatever, but just to keep tabs on them for future reference.

Maybe you could use this approach instead of the merit system which is ineficient and restrictive to new users.
If you consider the post was useful to you, you like it, otherwise you don't. Simple, easy to implement and people are already used to it from FB.

This would make more sense.

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January 31, 2018, 02:51:08 PM
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It's a no for me. We already have merit smerit. Thread notification/following would be nice, and also the preview idea.
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February 01, 2018, 02:46:32 AM
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How about the ability to "like" or "+1" a post?  To prevent obvious abuse, you must have positive trust and seniority to vote.   A +1 should not give any advantage to a a post.

Some how it happened Vod, the implement of Merit is some how near +1 on posts.
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February 01, 2018, 05:18:23 AM
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I don't like some of the ideas, I think it would make it look irritating. I like the current simple design. It's a bit hard to navigate in terms of looking for people who quote" or answered you for you to quote back. I wish that one to be improved.

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February 17, 2018, 04:33:11 PM
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You can vod, and you can send more than 1 "like" to a someone, ill teach you how :
1. Find a post that you liked.
2. Click +merit button in the right bar of the post
3. Fill the blank box with number of "like" you want
4. Send
Thats how you give "like" to people.

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February 17, 2018, 05:23:59 PM
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It is obvious that if you really agree or think that the post of a particular is great and helped you then go ahead and 'like' it bu giving it a merit. Instagram has likes, facebook has emojis, twitter has heart, bitcointalk has MERITS. I know this forum is not at all comparable to social apps, still. Everything has its unique things.

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February 18, 2018, 05:04:04 AM
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You can vod, and you can send more than 1 "like" to a someone, ill teach you how :
1. Find a post that you liked.
2. Click +merit button in the right bar of the post
3. Fill the blank box with number of "like" you want
4. Send
Thats how you give "like" to people.

Then you'll be using the merit system for the wrong reason (liking or agreeing to a post, is completely different to giving a small reward [in form of merits] to a high quality post):
While we will not be directly moderating this, I encourage people to give merit to posts that are objectively high-quality, not just posts that you agree with.

To break it down for you (a simple scenario):

"User A", likes  or agrees to a post (made by "user B") and the content of that post was "I think you should wear a green shirt instead".
Clearly that posts doesn't deserve a merit (since it isn't a high quality post), therefore "liking" it would be the appropriate thing instead (if there was a like button).

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