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RE: Proposal: New Custom JSON Standard for Reactions/Emojis

I would not want that a certain emoji which I can´t influence is associated with a specific %upvote number. I curate manually according to the amount of work and a post of a pic with a few lines gets a much less %age than a 1000 word article, yet both can be ❤️.


I completely agree. The length of the posts should not matter. And it does not matter on traditional social networks, for example Facebook, Twitter, YouTube. Facebook is full of short posts. People rarely write long posts. And on YouTube, the short, mostly funny videos on YouTube are often more successful than the longer videos. Many people love short videos.

Think of it as a vote on which type of reactions the post generated