Useless message afters sending a post

Useless message afters sending a post

Postby paul424 » 24 Jul 2014, 14:49

This post always makes me angry, why to query the user with useless questions ? In 99% one wants to have a glimpse on his sub-ted post, could you consider removing this query ?

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Re: Useless message afters sending a post

Postby charlie » 24 Jul 2014, 15:14

Then you need anger management.

This is a very common feature in forums; ubiquitous even.
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Re: Useless message afters sending a post

Postby Julius » 24 Jul 2014, 15:49

:D

I agree though that it is pretty useless.
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Re: Useless message afters sending a post

Postby Arthur » 24 Jul 2014, 21:56

Well I find it useful to read it once more to check for spelling/formatting errors, though I do that before submitting as well so I guess it might be redundant. Whatever.
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Re: Useless message afters sending a post

Postby Julius » 24 Jul 2014, 22:22

Well the idea is that it should always redirect to the post you just made. This is what most forums do these days and it allows you to have a quick second spell-check etc.
I tend to always click on the link that does just that.
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