Over a hundred respondents
March 17, 2008 9:38am CST
An interesting discussion caught your attention and you want to respond but you found out that there were already over a hundred respondents to that discussion. Would you still post your response? Will you read all of the responses checking out if your response will be the same or different from theirs? Do you think the one who created the discussion will take time to read all of the responses? Pls. share your thoughts.
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18 Mar 08
I will surely respond to the discussion when i found that the discussion is interesting ,although the response for the discussion is over a hundred . And i will read some of the response but not all , cause i think that i will get tired if i read all the response of others :)
• Dominican Republic
17 Mar 08
If it were an interesting discussion then I would definitely want to respond to it. I don't mind if there are more than 100 respondents, I'd still do it. I won't read all the replies tho' if there are that many. Sometimes I just read the first page and then either add my comment if I agree to someone elses or do my own one at the end. Let's see how many you get for this one!! Do you bother to reply to something that is over 1 year old?
17 Mar 08
If I wanted to say something I would even if there were already 100 responses. i would not necessarily read all the responses - maybe just the ones that got comments, or the really long ones, or just skim them. It depends a bit. I would think the one that started the discussion would read the answers, yes.