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Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     02 August 2009

NO THANKS

When any expert gives there view then if views are good and query maker or other think right then and can give them thanks,

but the views are not good or against then why NO THANKS?

THE PROVOISION OF NO THANKS IS BOGUS AND SOME TIME MISSUSED.



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Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     02 August 2009

dont say it to be bogus, on fewer occassions it is wrongly clicked. in my opinion it should be taken positively.

moreover it does not give reduction in points.


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 Kiranji is right. In fact I  myself had clicked "no thanks" erroneously once or twice, when in fact I wanted to thank the member, since I being new to the site I have not fully grasped the various options on the site. 

Raman ( )     02 August 2009

The intention behind the gesture of a thumbs up or thumbs down shows whether a user approves it or not. So far, I haven't seen using this kind of gesture to thank a person :)

I partially agree with Sarvesh and atleast the title should be changed to "Approval or Disapproval"

Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     02 August 2009

sir kiran,anil,raman and all of those who have the views about this post ,

i thanks them .

o.k.  "NO THANKS OPTION WILL NOT BE THERE THEN" how any body can wrongly clicked  ?

 

Sarvesh Kumar Sharma Advocate (Advocacy)     07 June 2011

thanks after a long compliant the option of NO-THANKS has removed!

which i want .........................................

Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     07 June 2011

after a long compliant the option of NO-THANKS has removed!

 

---   yes correct sarvesh ji,

some person started misusing it, badly and intentionaly.

as a strategy, they used it against a person to victimise him / her.

if they have something to write, they could do it, by posting it.

but they did not go on that way also.

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