I just found the answer to a question I meant to ask, but I didn’t need to, because when I searched around, I found someone else had answered it five years ago.
Now, I was glad to click the heart next to the good reply, and I imagine the user will enjoy seeing that and understand.
But sometimes that feels like a bit of a blow-off. I was wondering if anything more could/should be done. It seems like bumping this sort of topic all the time is a bad idea, because that may create a lot of useless noise for others. But is it worth PMing a person with general thanks after 5 or so good replies? Is it worth bumping the topic if I strongly believe others had this question, too, but didn’t know how to ask?
In fact, I’d be interested in a general link to pointers to help people get the most out of Discord. I mean, we all know the “here’s the sort of bad stuff that gets you immediately moderated” rules, but I’m also interested in less clear cut stuff. Where I don’t know if it’s worth speaking up in a situation, or how prominently, to say “good job.”