I responded to your topic. However, like Qwerty, I forgot it existed. This one’s better as it has more support and more proposed reactions.
And I would then react to this with a or but I can’t XD
I don’t think that is a good proposed reaction. That’s definitely a little harsher than confusion or sadness.
I normally use it if something weird happens. Or if I am reporting a weird bug, someone can react with . I don’t thinks that’s harsh?
But I guess it COULD be used as a harsh emoji, but that wouldn’t be the purpose of it. However, the same goes for most of the other proposed emojis.
I don’t know if this could be a thing but what about this for :debuging: or something programming related, because this emoji can be relatable, on several levels.
this is a good one???
This would be very useful. Then users would know that people have seen their posts but can’t help with them. I would use it all the time. Currently, I use other things, like or , but neither is ideal.
This reaction is on AMC, and I can no longer live without it.
This isn’t the one actually used on AMC, and if someone agrees, maybe they could provide that one.
“This” is a great alternative to “+1” (or just thumbs up) which kinda has a lot of different meanings. It is a direct way to agree with someone else’s post, rather than all of the other reactions (heart is OK at this, but it may not represent that a user actually agreed with the post they liked)
Me going to react to this post with the emoji that you speak of
This one is for @QwertyQwerty88
Y’all, if is supposed to mean that they didn’t agree with the post, then we don’t need “THIS” as heart and +1 are enough.
Edit: oh wait I removed from the OP lol
Thanks for adding reactions, no amount of words could describe how happy it makes all of us!
Highly agree! Definitely should add more/different reactions!
Yes. looks strange, but is a lot more recognizable (and fun IMHO)
YES! So true! I’ve never even used confetti ball before. lol
Should we have a poll on the current emoji and what should replace them?
Definitely! That’s a great idea!
It’d be cool if you made something using Discourse’s API that would let us (the users) decide what reactions should be enabled (maybe you could make a repl where we could vote on the reactions that should be used and the most popular ones would automatically be set on Ask (so basically, giving us some control over reactions))