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Kudo's and Accepted Solutions
Just wanted to share a bit of insight with you regarding why it’s important we give Kudo’s to those who deserve them as well as choosing to accept a post as a solution when it is one.
If you see someone post something that is not only helpful but shows they’ve clearly put some effort in as well they deserve to be thanked/recognised, don’t you think? This is why we use Kudo’s because a lot of our members are on here not only to gain help for their own services, but to help you with yours. If we’re giving users Kudo’s when they do a great job then it’ll help everyone identify those users that are not only awesome people, but know their stuff as well.
When you create your own thread and you get a response that solves the problem, accepting that as a solution is really important. This helps people in the future who experience the same problem because if they see your post which is tagged as having a solution, there’s no need for them to post and wait for a response. It’ll already be sitting right there for them.
Hope to see you all posting on here soon!
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