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Sometimes I wish there was an agree/disagree versus the like, possibly with even a comment as to why.

 

Especially when is bad advice...even if it's me giving such bad advice.

 

I don't think it would be rude, but more accurate, maybe even promote more conversation or educate others as to why.

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We discussed this a long time ago, and the consensus was that we wanted to keep everything positive. "Disagree" would carry with it negative connotations, and the argument is/was that if you disagree with some advice you are always free to post an alternative. A quick "thumbs down" button is also prone for abuse.

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We discussed this a long time ago, and the consensus was that we wanted to keep everything positive. "Disagree" would carry with it negative connotations, and the argument is/was that if you disagree with some advice you are always free to post an alternative. A quick "thumbs down" button is also prone for abuse.

Agree. It's silly but some people might get offended if someone "disagree's" with their post, when they were trying to be helpful. I think it's fine to just quote them and correct them in a positive way.

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