I have thought about this before. Often a hubber posts a comment that I want to agree with, but not have to type text to do so.
Perhaps a "like" button, or "Agreed" button could prove a quick and useful feature!
Why? To make the feed look like Facebook? How hard is it to type in +1?
I was not aware that it was being used as such.
When I see a +1, I think of Google's version social media.
But, if it works, I'm happy to adopt it!
Thanks for the info.
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