New mystery tag, what is it for?

United States
March 15, 2009 11:47am CST
I've noticed my discussions and those of some fri3nds have been tagged with the letter "d", I clicked on it and see quite a few discussions being tagged with the lower case letter "d". Does anybody know what that's about? I'm usually pretty good at figuring these things out, but I'm drawing a blank. Little help? Have you noticed any tags you can't figure out in discussions lately?
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• United States
19 Mar 09
What does "d" mean? Several thoughts come to mind. If it is an enemy. Dumb, delusional, ditzy, demented, dastardly, dingy, dumpy, decadent, or maybe that catch all, democrat. Or if it is one of your friends, Darling, dearest, delightful, delicious, daunting, daring, dramatic, dreamy or that catch all (D)enizen of myLot!
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@MsTickle (24994)
• Australia
19 Mar 09
Reckon you were spot on with your first thoughts RYBD.
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@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
15 Mar 09
Hi kitty! I hadn't noticed it until you mentioned it here. Is it confined tocertain interests? Could it be linked to someone responding in all the discussions?
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@mysdianait (64058)
• Italy
17 Mar 09
Well they are baffling me too so you'd better start a club!
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@Eskimo (2317)
16 Mar 09
I haven't noticed anything like this yet. Howeve there was a message from Mylot recently saying that there are going to be some changes (for the better?), and some have already started, so it could be that this is one of them. I'm in favour of anything that will make life easier on Mylot.
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• United States
17 Mar 09
Maybe we're being graded and they don't like my stuff so I get "D"s.
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@SomeCowgirl (32266)
• United States
15 Mar 09
I'm not quite sure what it's about, but I'm guessing it might be something that a person who likes the discussion has done to make sure that they can find the discussion again, and respond, or comment on it. Another idea is that it could be mylot doing it, but I don't know why they'd do that.
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• United States
15 Mar 09
One of my very dear mylot friends often tags discussions with her name, which always makes me smile. She hasn't been very active lately, I sure wish I could see her name in the tags again.
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@jimbomuso (950)
19 Mar 09
Hi there AngryKitty! sorry I've spoke to you in a while, I've been wondering about the tags- as you may have seen lol. I dont mind the 'd' but I do mind the unfair tags that have been placed on some of my friends posts.You may have seen them, things like troll etc. that kind of stuff is childish and uncalled for, and in Jimbomuso style I responded with something childish in return!! I think the tags are another area of contention now, and should be fixed as soon as possible- maybe giving the tags a user ID? BTW - Where is your star?
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19 Mar 09
duhhh!! I meant 'sorry I've not spoken to you in a while' and as for the star question - doh I couldn't see it when I was replying
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19 Mar 09
Hi strongheart I'm not that Jimbo. I think your looking for the Lion Jimbo, but I've not seen him around for a while - ask mykl J I think he may be able to help.
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@ladyluna (7004)
• United States
20 Mar 09
Hello Kitty, This was a very enlightening post. It never occured to me to tag a discussion in a way that I might later be able to find it. Personalized tags ... that's ingenious. Yeah, yeah, I know -- that's what the tags are supposed to be for. But, we all know how well the search feature works, right? Just today I was looking for a discussion that, to the best of my knowledge, dates back at least two years. I know the basic keywords in the title, and when submitted in the stupendous search tool of this forum, it produced some results but not the one that I responded to. This post has shown us the light on how to possibly 'work around' the lousy search feature. Thank you guys!
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