awesome. I have not purchased yet but we just want to make sure we have this ability for our website. Can i add plugins for the free demo?Not out of the box.
But these Add-ons might do what you want:
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Which brings up another point: many people will probably like/react to suggestions out of habit, either not noticing or ignoring the vote buttons. So should we have per node/per thread permissions to disable reactions, forcing members to vote if they want any kind of input besides replying to the threads? I'll take pity on the devs, though, and won't be the one to suggest it.You mean upvote.
It's not that horrible of a suggestion tho. I wouldn't use it but I could see this setting in Question and Suggestion (first post only) forums: Reactions enabled Yes/No.So should we have per node/per thread permissions to disable reactions, forcing members to vote if they want any kind of input besides replying to the threads? I'll take pity on the devs, though, and won't be the one to suggest it.
In my own personal experience, using an addon, I've found that most people don't bother to vote, and I don't have any faith they'll start now, regardless of whether or not they can also react. So I really have no personal investment in it either way. I was just thinking of the rest of you.That pretty much pertains to this site only and should not impact your own users so after a period of adjustment here it should be fine.
I may want to Like an answer but not upvote it. I may only want to upvote the one I feel is best. There are scenarios where both work.