When is a like not a like?
February 12, 2018 12:59pm CST
When I first joined myLot, I got notifications of every time someone liked any post or comment. Then I changed my notifications so that I don't get one for just a like. But my question is, after someone had responded to my post, I respond back, then get maybe a "Thanks" or "Have a nice day." I usually like that so the person will know I read it. Would you all rather not get a like at all that sort of ends the discussion or does getting likes in your notifications not bother you? Not sure if I've made myself clear, but what do you think?
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• Virginia Beach, Virginia
Quite often, as of late, I have to try to catch up. If I don't have an immediate response I usually give them a "like" and move on. However, I often think of a reply to a post after I've left it and will go back and post one. Whether it's a reply or a like we get paid for each.
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• Bunbury, Australia
Recently I've stopped 'liking' the last comment of a string of back-and-forth interactions - at the point where a person says 'that's fine' or something like that. It does save me a lot of time. However, like you, I like people to know I've read what they've said.
• Staten Island, New York
Some people are serial likers. So, if they "like" everything you post on the site it can get annoying seeing all those notifications that so and so liked your comment, response, or post. I think I prefer not to know. But I would be curious to know the total "likes' for things I post here, my discussions in particular.