A Small Suggestion To The Members

Discussion in 'Suggestions & Feedback' started by Kaushik Angara, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. Kaushik Angara

    Kaushik AngaraActive Member

    Dec 5, 2016
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    Hello there!

    I just wanna suggest a simple suggestion. Please do not reply with a "Thank you" or an "I agree" kind of statements to post where you have been tagged or your post has been quoted. It is not a useful post. Instead, you can use the like option on the post to Express your thanks and gratitude or personally message the member for further discussion. A huge thanks to all the members and the forum administrators for keeping the forum lively and engaging.
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  2. efrain silva

    Dec 9, 2016
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    This makes sense. I am glad that you brought it up. It really helps to remove any confusion, and to clarify things as a whole. Plus, it is a lot simpler to just use the 'like' option. That way, a person will know that we saw their initial like, and that we responded in gratitude.
  3. Beast_Titan

    Beast_TitanActive Member

    Dec 24, 2016
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    Many discussions got buried not because they were not interesting but because people prefers older discussions that recently got a reply. Many new discussions are getting buried because of it. In some forums where I am a member recent discussions and new gets displayed, so they can get some replies despite of the fact older discussions are still getting attention due to notifications.

    I think members should slow down on replying on year old discussions because it buries newer discussions.
  4. Gold Coin

    Gold CoinNew Member

    Apr 10, 2017
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    A lot of old don'tpayfullforum duscussions are very useful for information on saving money for a mom caring for a large family. I think those could be proved workable methods or ways as time-tested gold nuggets to this day. I'm a newbie here, but, my tendency is to look for old discussions on how to be wise with my money from my husband's fortnitely salary/pay.

    But you're right. A 'Thank you' with, at least, 2-3 lines or 75 words of explanation how the information honestly helped--is encouraging to the poster.
  5. littlewitch66

    littlewitch66Active Member

    May 4, 2017
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    I like to dig out old discussions too but only if they are intersting or helpful to me. It doesn't mean that I'm not interested in new discussions. I tend to look for both and if there is nothing relevant I can add to a new one I will look at the old ones.