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As it stands, for threads where the Voting mechanism is in effect, readers can 'Like' the originating post without their 'Likes' being counted as Votes. An example is here, where several new forum participants did not realize their Likes did not count. Including Likes for originating posts automatically as part of the Vote count will avoid this miscounting and give EN staff and forum users a better idea of idea popularity. This mechanism should be applied to all existing threads where the Voting mechanism is in effect.
As an occasional user of these forums, I did not realize there was a 'voting' scheme separate from the 'like this' feature and suspect that most users don't either. I've searched for discussion of this and haven't been able to trace that to anything helpful. Why aren't 'likes' the same thing as 'votes'? What's the point in having two such similar mechanisms? As it stands, who gets to set up a voting scheme and how?
Hi All I would like to start to gather the Australian and New Zealand users together so we can have a place to chat and exchange info and ideas. I am happy to hear from you. Tell me l the good the bad and all in between.
Not sure if this is the right forum for this or not, but it would be great if there was a way to mark individual topics in the forums as read without having to either read them, or open the preview and click the mark as read. Not a huge issue, just a wish...