On recent posts I have been reading, forumers asking for help with bugs and issues with their code on topics have been getting more likes then answers, or replies. I have a feeling you know what I am talking about.
So, if you were to create a topic, stating that there is a bug with, let’s just say posting something on Hopscotch. And you have so many saved drafts that you want to share with the community! You ask your fellow forumers for some advice or if there is some way to fix this bug. But for the next two days, all you get is likes. That must be frusturating. So, instead of giving likes, which are awesome of course, start replying! Give answers to the people who need them! Likes are great and important, but if a person desperately needs answers, and you know of a good solution, give it to them! A comment shows the forumer that another forumer actually cares, rather then giving a measly like that could really mean anything.
Thank you for reading my little rant!
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