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Would it be too much to ask people to stop posting things that just say "YouTube"? Please give some clue as to what it's about.

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@NotAndrew fantastic, fooled them all yet again haha


Hear Hear! or is that Here Here? smile001.gif

ipdg77 Level 8 June 16, 2018

I agree. I'm always I'm of the mind that people's attention and time have to be earned. So I always try to include some information in my posts.


Sounds reasonable to me.

Mikeb56 Level 7 June 16, 2018

I don’t click on any links that don’t have a compelling description.

BlueWave Level 8 June 16, 2018

I simply skip the YouTubers


Sorry. I put it under a category. I will label it clearly next time.


Yep...fraid it would be for people such as myself. I'm pretty computer illiterate (know the know...turn on /off!) so sometimes when I post content it doesn't always come out as planned in my mind !!!!! 🤓😱 Apologies in advance. smile002.gif


I think things display differently in the app versus web interface. In the app, YouTube links embed the video right into the comment, including the title. But on the other hand, Facebook links don't work well at all.

cmadler Level 7 June 16, 2018

Good point!


Yes! This drives me a little nuts. I don't want to follow the link unless I know at least a bit about the video.


Yeah, a clue is good, some things I just don't care about and don't want to spend my time that way.

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