I think that you should be able to like a post, kinda like facebook. I think thanking is too different. They should make it if you agree you can just thumbs the post up like in the top right corner of it. Because sometimes people say something you agree with or something that is cool but why thank them or rep them? Reputation and thanks is for if they helped. Liking should just be something that doesn't get counted.
People already thank the post when they agree with it
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The thanks button is pretty much a like button but there should be something to show that you disagree with the post/don't like it...
So people can go around disliking posts from the people they Dont like? That wouldn't be a good idea
Like my post? Than click the "Thanks" button or Rep me! :3
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