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Oct 10 2013
By: Rusty_I3oltz Lombax Warrior 151 posts
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Can I take back a kudo?

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I accidentally gave someone that I can't stand on here a kudo. So is there anyway I can take it back before they see and think I actually agree with them when I don't. And what does everyone think about a new system like thumbs up or downs instead of kudos? Just like they have on youtube. Its a nicer way with telling someone we don't like what they have to say without actually saying it don't you agree.

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Re: Can I take back a kudo?

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Yes

 

 

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Rusty_I3oltz wrote:

I accidentally gave someone that I can't stand on here a kudo. So is there anyway I can take it back before they see and think I actually agree with them when I don't. And what does everyone think about a new system like thumbs up or downs instead of kudos? Just like they have on youtube. Its a nicer way with telling someone we don't like what they have to say without actually saying it don't you agree.


The above poster has told you how to revoke a Kudos.

 

As for the points you made, whether they have already seen it matters not, & to be honest it shouldn't matter to you either, you are free to revoke any Kudos you see fit.

 

As for your other point about a 'thumbs up/down' idea, I like it, actually I'd rather they went back to the old rating system they had here but took away, we used to be able to rate a Thread/OP from 1 through 5 stars, I really liked that idea, but it was as I said removed.

 

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Rusty_I3oltz wrote:

Its a nicer way with telling someone we don't like what they have to say without actually saying it don't you agree.


This is exactly why I don't agree with such a system. To thumbs down a post because you don't like the user is wrong, an abuse of the system, and a quick way to create strife. Kudos only being a "thumbs up" system encourages possessive interactions by having users highlight what is good in the community, not what is bad.

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