February 4, 2007 10:40pm CST
Please someone tell me if I am wrong. Today on the top discussions there is 2 exact heading for post. Is breakfast the most important meal of the day? 86 metta is only 11 hours ago and michelledarcy is 17 hours ago. Is this against mylot policy. What do you do if it is? I am not for sure and I really think that it is the way that I have read it. Can someone clear this up for me please
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5 Feb 07
I've been seeing this question off and on for the past 3 weeks by different people. Also questions that ask a "Yes" or "no" answer, also answers that are only a few words, also people who start the topic saying "thanks for your response" to each response. All these things are supposed to be against the guidlines and should be deleted but they are not. Soooo...I'm also in the dark with you minerc. BOO! lol
5 Feb 07
that's the problem. Most of us got the same idea at the same time and it's just a matter of how free you are or how good you type. It should be the job of myLot to filter topics and responses to avoid repetition and redundancy. THis shouldn't be our concern, should it?
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6 Feb 07
Jackie_mmm Maybe it shouldnt be our concern, but tell me why they under guidelines, and discussion guidelines it tell's us to help and report these types of people. I am not trying to be mean it just isnt fair for someone to steal someone elses post. If it were happening to you would you let them get away with it. Anyway's it was just a question as to what to do. No need to be upset about it.
6 Feb 07
Before I post something, I go into the search and put up words that will be about something I want to post. Then I look at them all to try and see if someone has already done this discussion. The only problem is if you use different words it might not show up where your looking. On one of my discussions there was one similar but they used a different word. I am sure this was not on purpose but it can be hard to know sometimes, if someone else has already done it. I do try and look up as much as I can and hope I don't start something the same as someone else.