Have you ever regretted giving someone the BEST RESPONSE mark?
February 26, 2009 6:52pm CST
Have you ever found yourself regretting giving the best response mark when you see another comment that totally the answer you've been searching for? I haven't really regretted any because it takes for me a long time before I do decide who to give the best mark with. I don't decide on it based on the person (whoever he/she is), I always base it to how the comment struck me. If it gave me that certain WOW and the comment is just awe-strikingly great, then that's the time I give the best mark. How about you?
• United States
2 Mar 09
Hello laydee! I have once regretted giving someone a best response and that's the time I was just a newbie here. I even gave best response to my sister eventhough she has the shortest answer on my discussion. But now, I learned my lesson and it took me months to give best response. I will really make it sure that the person I will give the best response with really deserves it. One of my basis of giving a best response to the responder is that we should have a long interaction in that discussion.
• Delhi, India
28 Feb 09
I am like you and it takes considerable time for me to decide for the best response. I have not regretted after awarding the best response because I select the best response, after following few of my own yardsticks and my parameters for selecting the best response come out good.
• Delhi, India
1 Mar 09
Oh! Sure! I see the following: (i) Whether the reply is to the point and touches the core of the discussion or not; (ii) How beautifully the respondent has expressed himself/herself; (iii) The quality of language used by him/her. (iv) How effectively the respondent comes for counter-comments.
27 Feb 09
Hello dear laydee. It is the same with me when I read one of the responses that struck me so deeply. Then the best response usually goes to the responder without a second thought. So far, I have never regretted giving someone the best response mark. Every one of those given the best response deserves it. Happy mylotting, dear friend.