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All interactions between community members (be it via posts Or PM's) should be free from flaming, baiting, spam, profanities and illegal / obscene material, and as a result should be positive, polite and constructive. Should you come across something that isn't please use the "Report" button next to a post or contact a staff member via a PM (Reporting Tutorial).
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The rest of this document will divulge into more details about the above.
Thanking the topic starter for his/her contribution to the forum is a great way of supporting the community. It shows your appreciation while it also provides a stamp of approval for other members and it provides the poster with the positive feedback he/she may be looking for.
However these thanks posts do cause a lot of unnecessary "clutter" which is why we introduced the "Like / Thanks" button. The "Like / Thanks" button should be used when thanking another member or showing your appreciation in any other way. This also means it is no longer allowed to post a lot of generic "Thanks for the update" posts or anything of the like.
Now don't worry, we're not banning the practice of thanks posts entirely, but we have added the following line to the Community Guidelines: "The use of the 'Like / Thanks'-button is preferred over simply posting 'Thanks' or something similar. Making an excessive amount of posts which add little to nothing to a topic might result in a post count reduction."
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Like on most online forums the use of the 'Like / Thanks' button is preferred over simply posting 'Thanks' or something similar. Making an excessive amount of posts which add little to nothing to a topic might result in a post count reduction.
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