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Can someone tell me which reactions are considered positive and which are negative?

Also I think that negative reactions shouldn't discount one reputation as in some case people react sad or confused to someone's post based on the contents of the post, not on the way they word it. For example, when someone post news about an annoying things and people react with annoyed the author's reputation shouldn't be discounted.

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16 minutes ago, chimera2.0 said:

Can someone tell me which reactions are considered positive and which are negative?

Also I think that negative reactions shouldn't discount one reputation as in some case people react sad or confused to someone's post based on the contents of the post, not on the way they word it. For example, when someone post news about an annoying things and people react with annoyed the author's reputation shouldn't be discounted.

I didn't know reactions affected reputations in a negative way.  By the way I miss the " waou " one we have before lol 

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8 minutes ago, Adeline said:

I didn't know reactions affected reputations in a negative way.  By the way I miss the " waou " one we have before lol 

Omg you're right, I forgot to put it back. I will :)

25 minutes ago, chimera2.0 said:

Can someone tell me which reactions are considered positive and which are negative?

Also I think that negative reactions shouldn't discount one reputation as in some case people react sad or confused to someone's post based on the contents of the post, not on the way they word it. For example, when someone post news about an annoying things and people react with annoyed the author's reputation shouldn't be discounted.

Alright, Ill consider making them "neutral".

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