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Little suggestion for the likes and dislikes on the highlights and forum page
tawqir 15 days ago
Arsenal, Jamaica 2 33

The like and dislike system is kind of bland at the moment. You can only see whether a comment has been liked or disliked. However I got some improvements to it.

The first improvement is instead of just seeing if it's a positive comment or negative how about being able to see how many likes it has and how many dislikes it has which balances it out.

The second improvement is to have a list of all the users who liked or disliked the comment which would be kind of interesting.

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iHEARTfootball 15 days ago Edited
Manchester United 32 516

Edit: wait. You can't haha

The second improvement is to have a list of all the users who liked or disliked the comment which would be kind of interesting.

I second this. It will absolutely improve user interaction and keep members engaged with the forums/highlights.

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The second improvement is to have a list of all the users who liked or disliked the comment which would be kind of interesting.

I second this. It will absolutely improve user interaction and keep members engaged with the forums/highlights.

You can already see how many likes/dislikes you have in the highlight comments section.

The second improvement is to have a list of all the users who liked or disliked the comment which would be kind of interesting.

I second this. It will absolutely improve user interaction and keep members engaged with the forums/highlights.

DarthFooty 14 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 7 307

I agree. Right now, there is no ownership to likes and dislikes, and if it was shown as who you are, you might think twice in how you go about your choices. Not that there needs to be any punishment for disliking something, but it would give an opportunity for those curious to discuss why.

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expertfootball11 13 days ago
Real Madrid, France 61 2544

It's not a forum about political policies, why would you care who disliked your posts ?

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iHEARTfootball 13 days ago
Manchester United 32 516

True, I don't see the reason why we should find out who dislikes our comments, but identifying those who have liked our comments can actually be a good change for all of us, particularly in the forums.

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tuan_jinn 13 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 169 5768

As much as I like the idea, I believe it's not there for the good reason. We dont want to be all politically correct...

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iHEARTfootball 13 days ago Edited
Manchester United 32 516

What does knowing who liked your comment have anything to do with political correctness?

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What does knowing who liked your comment have anything to do with politically correctness?

tawqir 13 days ago
Arsenal, Jamaica 2 33

I agree with @IHeart

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tuan_jinn 13 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 169 5768

Say I am a good friend with Emo, I can't downvote his silly comments a lot :D:D:D. cuz Im a supportive bro in his mind :D

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iHEARTfootball 12 days ago Edited
Manchester United 32 516

That's not being politically correct, tuann, that's just called being unconditionally supportive towards a friend.

But like I mentioned before, we shouldn't being back the downvote meter at all, but just a simple 'like' button in the forums that will indicate the commenter of who liked their comments. Plain and simple.

It works well with other forum sites, this site can benefit from it too.

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That's not being politically correct, tuann, that's just called being unconditionally supportive towards a friend.

But like I mentioned before, we shouldn't being back the downvote meter at all, just a simple 'like' button that will indicate the commenter of who liked their comments. Plain and simple.

It works well with other forum sites, this site can benefit from it too.

That's not being politically correct, tuann, that's just called being unconditionally supportive towards a friend.

But like I mentioned before, we shouldn't being back the downvote meter at all, but just a simple 'like' button that will indicate the commenter of who liked their comments. Plain and simple.

It works well with other forum sites, this site can benefit from it too.

Emobot7 12 days ago
334 8495

@tuan What do you mean silly comment? :P And yeah, this idea isn't a bad one. Could also help to see who are serial disliker and give us some hint to us moderator. :)

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tuan_jinn 10 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 169 5768

:D :D okay okay

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