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Will there ever be a means of liking a post?

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Last post 11/01/2016

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      Just wondering if a feature that will allow users to like posts (or some other equivalent) will ever be brought into these forums? On many other forums, users can show their approval of posts in a way like this which I think is a pretty cool thing to have

        any chance we could add a "like" or an "agree" button? "funny", "disagree" ...?

        be nice to have versus having to quote a million different posts...

          we have this...

              If we're voting on it, I have mixed feelings. Thumbs up or some form of approval might be good, but I'd hate any kind of thumbs down or negative mark. The internet is mean enough already. I can't see a Paul McCartney site adding to how bad people try to make each other feel online.

                HaileyMcComet:If we're voting on it, I have mixed feelings. Thumbs up or some form of approval might be good, but I'd hate any kind of thumbs down or negative mark. The internet is mean enough already. I can't see a Paul McCartney site adding to how bad people try to make each other feel online.

                How true. There are enough bullies here that jump on people. (I'll leave it at that)

                  On this site? I've never seen anything like that here. But you've been here 10 years longer than I have, so I assume you've seen a lot of people come and go.

                  10 years. I can't even remember any websites from 10 years ago.

                    HaileyMcComet:If we're voting on it, I have mixed feelings. Thumbs up or some form of approval might be good, but I'd hate any kind of thumbs down or negative mark. The internet is mean enough already. I can't see a Paul McCartney site adding to how bad people try to make each other feel online.

                    Great point! Keeping to the positive...

                      Maybe we already have something.

                        love2travel:

                        HaileyMcComet:If we're voting on it, I have mixed feelings. Thumbs up or some form of approval might be good, but I'd hate any kind of thumbs down or negative mark. The internet is mean enough already. I can't see a Paul McCartney site adding to how bad people try to make each other feel online.

                        Great point! Keeping to the positive...