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Reposting a Repost with Text only shares the original post and not the Repost with Text

Reposting a Repost with Text only shares the original post and not the Repost with Text.

Is it possible to separate the Repost Text from the Repost so that it becomes clearer what the "Text" comment is and what the original post is?

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    • I like this suggestion. It looks much better

      • @Andrey Yasko @Roman L

        Please can you take a look are Reposting as it is currently very difficult to distinguish what was reposted and what the "text /comment" was. Also when someone reposts a repost, the "text /comment" on the repost is not included in the repost of a repost.

        Lastly sharing content from UNA to Facebook results in an Error. Try it out with the Share button.

        • Hello @InPage !

          ->Reposting a Repost with Text only shares the original post and not the Repost with Text.

          It has been done to work so. If the user reports the repost then this repost will be linked to the original post.

          ->Is it possible to separate the Repost Text from the Repost so that it becomes clearer what the "Text" comment is and what the original post is?

          Yes, it is a good suggestion but there might be some issues with the printing of the post and repost.

          The action line "Reposted My Post ..." is the same action line as in the usual post "Added a Test post" and it is located always after the author.

          • Thank you @LeonidS

            ->Reposting a Repost with Text 

            • This is confusing our users as the user comment on the Repost, is often more "valuable" than the repost. Also this is not the way it workd on other social media so it makes it more confusing.

            ->Is it possible to separate the Repost Text from the Repost

            • It would be great if you can separate the comment so you can distinguish between what the reposter said and the original post.
            Not logged in users can't 'Comments Post'.
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