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2009-09-17 04:43 am (UTC)
I recently posted a poll for opt-in filters, and man, managing filters is a PITA. That's why I never use them.
Wouldn't it be cool if there was a special kind of poll that could manage opt-in and opt-out filters?
I think that LJ's original design was all about letting the journal owner control who was on what filter, but LJ users evolved the idea of opt-in / opt-out filters. Who wants to hear about my kid? Who doesn't want to hear about my garden?
*poof* Magic happens. (This may be completely impossible, but it meets my deefn of cool.)
I currently have poll-vote notifications turned on so that I can track who votes, and add them, but man, this is slow-going!
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