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When I press the “agree” button on a comment the disagree button goes away …can a statement not have both?
 
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Hello,

If you agree with part(s) of the post and disagree with other part(s) of the post, it'd probably make more sense to quote those part(s) and respond to each individually.

The goal of those quick responses (e.g., Agree) is to provide additional information without cluttering the thread, but if you add both "Agree" and "Disagree," then it's almost the same as adding neither, right? They kind of cancel each other out.

Is there ever a time when you both agree and disagree with the same part?

Let's discuss.
 
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Is there ever a time when you both agree and disagree with the same part?
Or, is it that we need to add more options (which are coming soon), such as:
  • Indifferent
  • Undecided
  • Etc.

Let us know your thoughts.
 
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Or, is it that we need to add more options (which are coming soon), such as:
  • Indifferent
  • Undecided
  • Etc.

Let us know your thoughts.

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Hello,

If you agree with part(s) of the post and disagree with other part(s) of the post, it'd probably make more sense to quote those part(s) and respond to each individually.

The goal of those quick responses (e.g., Agree) is to provide additional information without cluttering the thread, but if you add both "Agree" and "Disagree," then it's almost the same as adding neither, right? They kind of cancel each other out.

Is there ever a time when you both agree and disagree with the same part?

Let's discuss.
In a way I suppose it does cancel each other and leave a member with “0 points” for the comment :o
 
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In a way I suppose it does cancel each other and leave a member with “0 points” for the comment :o
Unless different buttons give different amount of points…? But I still would not go over 2 points per an “emotion”
 
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Unless different buttons give different amount of points…? But I still would not go over 2 points per an “emotion”
Sorry I’m brainstorming..I was too late to edit the last post….

A “hidden” word could pop up after a certain amount of “Agree” or “Thanks” hits ..this word doesn’t have to fall under 2 points and below


Ps: I see the “disagree” button doesn’t take away points ..I had to check…so its not 100% neutral

In a way I suppose it does cancel each other and leave a member with “0 points” for the comment :o
 
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When I press the “agree” button on a comment the disagree button goes away …can a statement not have both?

When you wrote this, why did you want to Agree and Disagree on the same post?

Please share your thought process.
 
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When you wrote this, why did you want to Agree and Disagree on the same post?

Please share your thought process.
Merely because I read a comment where I agreed with a member but I also disagreed on some parts..so I just thought maybe it’s unnecessary for the opposite button to disappear..a lot of things are controversial
 
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If you agree with part(s) of the post and disagree with other part(s) of the post, it'd probably make more sense to quote those part(s) and respond to each individually.
Not everyone is open to sharing/writing/inspecting every word…I like buttons : )
 
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Alop, you made me laugh.

Perhaps NP techies could create a special button just for you that automatically flips from disagree to agree after a few hours have passed?

You do have a history... ;)
 
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I think a good example would be:

He disagreed with what his wife said but he has to agree with her because otherwise she will kick his a$$
 
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I think that to be totally fair, there should really only be one selection allowed per member.

Select the one that is most appropriate, be it like, dislike, thank, agree, disagree.
 
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Alop, you made me laugh.

Perhaps NP techies could create a special button just for you that automatically flips from disagree to agree after a few hours have passed?

You do have a history... ;)
I ended up sticking with my dislikes last night ..I was being a little sour :/
 
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