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Should HLTV have upvotes?
smooya | 
Sweden SmithZzLOVER 
Should HLTV have upvotes/downvotes for comments/threads? I know all you mens hate reddit but hear me out. - No +1 comments needed, Jonathan E can stop rage about it and you give the poster the appreciation he deserves. - Easier to detect real, good users and consider that when determining a post limit and thread creation limit. Spammer will be downvoted to shit and they will be banned before even having an opportunity to post more than 3 comments. - Fun way to make users behave well. Witty comments, honest opinions and good baits will be upvoted. People will stay away from shitty baits, slandering etc. Less toxicity -> Less reports. - I mean, why not implement a system that works for such a big platform as reddit. Obviously doesn't have to work exactly like reddit. - These points should be a good enough of a reason. Before anyone rage out on me, I don't hang around on reddit. I'm a diehard HLTVer, been here longer than most of you.
2021-10-20 23:53
Topics are hidden when running Sport mode.
- Comments/posts with a big amount of downvotes gets deleted/reported automatically. /discuss
2021-10-20 23:54
23 replies
Seems like worst idea tbh
2021-10-20 23:57
12 replies
+1
2021-10-21 00:05
Why?
2021-10-21 00:24
9 replies
Report button exists already, this would be just a way for people with alts to troll Also I can see comments getting removed for really stupid things that way
2021-10-21 00:26
8 replies
Reports button will still be used. I'm just saying that if a comment was downvoted 100 times, it is likely it has no place on hltv. HLTV can also enforce account limits tied to IP pretty easily. Accounts can also be disallowed to vote before a specific amount of activity has been reached. With restrictions set, 0.5% users will bother to abuse the system, and with what? Only 10 accounts? Doubt anyone will spend more time on that.
2021-10-21 00:30
7 replies
You underestimate nolifers And comments would just get removed because people don't agree with them which is really stupid
2021-10-21 00:32
6 replies
Really no risk if they limit logins via IP. They would have to test it out of course to see how it pans out. For sure the starting point would be to not have that feature at all. They got stats they can make their own decisions off.
2021-10-21 00:40
4 replies
This is a terrible idea, imagine all the people on a shared ip, imagine some tournament staff sharing same IP not being able to login to hltv.
2021-10-21 00:54
I say zywoo is good, 100 indian s1mple fanboys downvote, my comment gets deleted. No thank you.
2021-10-21 01:24
2 replies
and 100 zywoo fanboys upvote you
2021-10-21 01:25
1 reply
zywoo fanbase is like half of s1mple' fanbase
2021-10-22 06:30
+1
2021-10-21 10:42
+1
2021-10-21 19:05
+1
2021-10-20 23:58
People with alts could abuse this feature...
2021-10-20 23:59
2 replies
And what do they get out of it? A high amount of score on their profile? Completely meaningless. Only used for bragging. HLTV can enforce account limits tied to IP pretty easily, or detect self upvoting. Reddit can do it so no excuse for hltv to not be able to do it.
2021-10-21 00:27
1 reply
Reddit can't either, you can easily buy votes
2021-10-21 00:55
#23
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Brazil serjolaum
+1 (upvote)
2021-10-21 00:02
#49
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
A giant asterisk on moderation discretion would need to take place. Any comment could be unfairly downvoted and a perfectly normal comment could receive unfair treatment due to the user simply being disliked as a result. Did you forget about the HLTV.Pro karma system? EDIT: Typographical error.
2021-10-21 00:20
2 replies
A massive amounts of comments are already being falsely reported. You know how hltv users are, and a report is done in a click. I can only imagine a lesser amount of reports. Again they can adjust the limit of when it will get automatically reported so it rarely causes an unfair situation. HLTV.Pro is the plugin? HLTV's tech infrastructure is not even comparable to a solo developer developing for free. HLTV can implement a similar system like reddit with ease.
2021-10-21 00:37
1 reply
#88
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Of course they could but it still isn't necessary when manually +1'ing a comment does the job just as fine. Sure, the benefit is that it would reduce bans from the only two occasions +1 comments are bannable but that is pretty much the only benefit to implementing such a system. The reasons listed in the OP are fine but +1'ing works just as fine in a separate favour.
2021-10-21 00:52
my opinion is different than yours = reported and deleted. great idea zoomer, go back to reddit.
2021-10-21 01:12
#188
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Brazil renatorib
I don't like the "automatically" because of trolling (too much trolls in internet and we are in hltv lmao), but it could function like the report button. When some comment have a lot of downvotes, it could be sent an alert of downvoted and some moderator can investigate as they also do with reports
2021-10-21 19:13
#2
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Sweden drakendilf
yes please, this is why i prefer reddit sometimes over hltv
2021-10-20 23:54
+1
2021-10-20 23:54
no
2021-10-20 23:55
1 reply
why not
2021-10-20 23:55
#7
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Lithuania trippens
no
2021-10-20 23:56
4 replies
why not
2021-10-20 23:57
3 replies
Alts army downvote enemy and upvote yourself
2021-10-21 00:08
2 replies
What do you get out of upvoting yourself? A high amount of score on your profile? Completely meaningless. Only used for bragging. HLTV can enforce account limits tied to IP pretty easily, or detect self upvoting. Reddit can do it so no excuse for hltv to not be able to do it.
2021-10-21 00:41
1 reply
nobody on here wants this to be like reddit
2021-10-21 18:24
Up and downvotes are ok, but only if the rating of the comment does not affect the visibility or order of the comments. Basically just as things are now, except that comments have a score to them, like in old internet forums. Reddit system where downvoted comments are hidden is obviously dogshit
2021-10-20 23:57
15 replies
Yea I don't agree with order/visibility. Maybe a sort button though, don't see why that would hurt? It will bring people to the interesting discussions on the topic and avoid seeing the shitty baits. But for sure it should be ordered like it is now by default.
2021-10-20 23:59
Agreed, but still it could lead to upvotes farming which is not cool
2021-10-20 23:59
12 replies
could easily prevented if mods give a shit and finally enforce ip limits. why not limit 1 account per ip. most if not all vpns are already banned, it would kill so many alts.
2021-10-21 00:07
9 replies
I'm talking about making comments just to try and get upvotes, not about abusing alts
2021-10-21 00:08
Yeah it is an easy solution. Enforce an account limit on a certain IP would be enough. HLTV is already blocking logins on common vpn providers like NordVPN. I doubt many people will care enough to upvote their own posts with these restrictions. You can also set a post restriction before a user is allowed to upvote. The benefit of having a high upvote total is not even that beneficial. What do you get more than bragging rights of having a high amount of post number, like this Astralis_6_major guy with 30k comments.
2021-10-21 00:13
7 replies
#50
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Not really bragging rights with high comment accounts, though...
2021-10-21 00:21
6 replies
Yea, I'm just implying that he's making threads about it aka bragging. There's no other purpose for users to boost their own score.
2021-10-21 00:24
5 replies
#66
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Ah, then fair enough. :) For what it's worth, Astralis_6_Majors is fifth on HLTV when it comes to comments, there are only four more users on HLTV with more comments. Though that information is absolutely useless. :D
2021-10-21 00:29
3 replies
Cool fact =D useless achievements idd
2021-10-21 00:42
#177
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United States peter2kk
how do you know that
2021-10-21 18:33
1 reply
I know the very accounts themselves and user "Delirious206" made a spreadsheet of users ranked by comments. 5. Astralis_6_Majors 4. NukestrikE 3. iarentthinkthatz 2. superappelflap 1. Jonty04l32
2021-10-21 18:53
nah man i dont make threads about comment total
2021-10-22 18:19
If people upvote it, it means they liked the post. Happier users overall having a good experience. If you think someone is doing it solely to farm upvotes and you think that's immoral, then simply downvote it. What is the issue here?
2021-10-21 00:09
They could just not count the upvotes for user, only for comments. Most wont bother with farming upvotes for a comment to brag, because in their profile there wouldn't be any indication that this user has many upvotes.
2021-10-21 08:48
#162
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Korea Shazil
maybe u could filter i
2021-10-21 17:48
no pls
2021-10-20 23:57
3 replies
Why?
2021-10-21 00:23
2 replies
i want people to tell me why i'm wrong if i say something that is incorrect, not just reply "ratio" so 50 users upvote it instead of responding me.
2021-10-21 00:33
1 reply
People who want to tell you how you are wrong anyways. I'm sure when you make a stupid comment some people disagree with you but simply don't reply. These would be the guys that would downvote you. I'm still pretty sure the ones to tell you you're wrong are still going to do it.
2021-10-21 00:44
No. HLTV users are mostly kids and would abuse this system.
2021-10-20 23:58
15 replies
and how would they abuse it? I'm sure you can improve it overtime so it wouldn't be as abusable. Step in the right direction and would at least be an improvement than how it is now.
2021-10-21 00:00
14 replies
#44
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Switzerland zthoui
we had that system with hltv add-in for chrome and it got removed because of abusers
2021-10-21 00:16
13 replies
HLTV has better technical infrastructure than a single developer doing it for free. They can improve the feature over time. It is working for reddit, so there's really no excuse for it not to work. Could I ask how it was abused thought?
2021-10-21 00:23
12 replies
#54
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Switzerland zthoui
it was develop by Batistuta, HLTV admin people were creating fakes and upvote/downvoting messages and other stuffs like discrimination because of number of up/downvotes
2021-10-21 00:23
5 replies
Yea, by batistuta, for free. Is he even a professional developer btw? And what do they get out of it? A high amount of score on their profile? Completely meaningless. Only used for bragging. HLTV can enforce account limits tied to IP pretty easily, or detect self upvoting. Reddit can do it so no excuse for hltv to not be able to do it.
2021-10-21 00:46
4 replies
#97
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Yeah, BATISTUTA9 was a professional tech developer and the extension was top-notch. The issue was the users that abused the power that BATISTUTA9 gave them. The absolute worse function was the "block user" feature but the karma system was broken. I know this because at one stage, I was the user that has both the highest positive karma rating and the highest negative karma rating, as there was a page that showed which user was in the Top 5 of positive/negative karma, I was top on both. My comments were fine but other users absolutely despised me, so every comment I made was being negatively downvoted and I was blocked by practically ever user who disagreed with my points.
2021-10-21 00:56
3 replies
As a professional tech developer myself I think HLTV can implement a better system than what a chrome plugin will ever be able to Sorry mate you're not really liked, but they should have their freedom to block you. You don't deserve to have your comments deleted though.
2021-10-21 00:59
2 replies
I'm fine with being blocked provided it was for the right reasons, users should never have that much power, let alone the prime userbase of HLTV at the time, which were prevalent with trolls with a looser and more lax moderation style at that time. I get your logic in creating a thread like this but you're ignoring the humongous drawback of a tried and tested formula. Yes it could technically work but it could also technically not work.
2021-10-21 01:06
#135
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Switzerland zthoui
professional tech developer -> i want karma back in HTLV
2021-10-21 02:05
#65
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Switzerland zthoui
and you know HLTV trolls it would be like 2016 were after the game ended and you were going to vote for Player of the Match people voted for the worst player as the MVP untill HLTV staff fixed this; hltv.org/matches/2307209/nip-vs-vega-squ..
2021-10-21 00:29
1 reply
#99
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
+1 I get the user's logic but we have to factor in the HLTV userbase.
2021-10-21 00:57
You are talking about a website where you can't see the pms you sent so I wouldn't trust much on improving forums features
2021-10-21 00:31
3 replies
#83
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Switzerland zthoui
this is sad, and not so hard to do
2021-10-21 00:47
They got a good af infrastructure. Have you noticed any bugs on hltv, any downtime or anything? Everything is not about a feature needing improvement.
2021-10-21 00:49
1 reply
Lmao of course I've seen bugs how can you not?
2021-10-21 08:19
no
2021-10-20 23:59
#18
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Germany yannxbr
2016 what an HLTV og, but i approve
2021-10-20 23:59
3 replies
I got 10 yrd in 2020 for having too many to many bans which I got in 2016-2017 when I was more immature. Unfair if you ask me. But I've been here since late 2013
2021-10-21 00:02
2 replies
#32
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
2013 was actually not that bad a year for HLTV. :D
2021-10-21 00:08
1 reply
not at all :D
2021-10-21 00:14
go on vlr.gg and see what upvotes does to a site
2021-10-21 00:01
2 replies
What's wrong with it? But surely you can't compare vlr to hltv. There's a significant difference of technical infrastructure.
2021-10-21 00:03
1 reply
The point is not the infrastructure, it's the upfrag / downfrag system. It sucks and is stupid.
2021-10-21 01:51
#24
novel | 
North America minte
I like the minimalism behind HLTV forum. Just post and leave
2021-10-21 00:03
3 replies
You can do the same with upvotes being there.
2021-10-21 00:04
#53
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Brazil find_Elvis
+1, hltv being so minimal sets it apart, its fine already
2021-10-21 00:23
lumberjack
2021-10-21 18:27
#26
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
My argument is that I like to explain why I +1 a comment, with a system to directly to negate that, we have no way to tell if the function is being utilised correctly or for the right reasons. With that however, "+1" can still easily be abused and is bannable on two circumstances.
2021-10-21 00:04
6 replies
Just +1, and also comment on why you think it was a good post? What kind of argument is that
2021-10-21 00:05
5 replies
#37
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
With an upvote system, there is no way to know why somebody +1'd your comment. Also if you assume to know HLTV more than most users, then you would know the reason we don't have the features of old is specifically due to user abuse. Yes manually typing +1 is imperfect but it's more honest. Both systems function perfectly fine is used with common sense.
2021-10-21 00:13
4 replies
The poster don't need to know why. I'm sure it happens daily that people agree with one of your posts but doesn't let you know, because it's too much effort to post a comment. And my point still stands, if they want to tell you the reason they upvote your comment, they are going to tell it. I don't see what user abuse there can be with this system? Please enlighten me. I don't dislike +1 comments at all, I post them very often but unfortunetly hltv staff bans people for it as they see it as unecessary comments. They are prohibiting users to encourage each other to continue posting. This won't happen at all with upvote system.
2021-10-21 00:19
3 replies
#58
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Europe Nuskel
To me it's much more important to nourish connections with those who are willing to explain further why they're agreeing with you than to know how many people gave you a thumbs up and left. I think those people would be dissuaded of doing so with such an upvoting system.
2021-10-21 00:26
1 reply
Maybe, but I doubt it will make a significant difference.
2021-10-21 00:50
#61
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
I take it you don't remember the abuse of the karma system from HLTV.Pro? I also went into detail in post #49. A voting system is applicable but not at all necessary.
2021-10-21 00:26
the circlejerk would be awful, i'd much rather have a more loose approach with the moderation, clear rules, maybe an overhaul on the profile page etc.
2021-10-21 00:09
9 replies
+1
2021-10-21 00:10
#39
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
Moderation on HLTV used to be loose and others were complaining it was too loose.
2021-10-21 00:14
6 replies
i think it was more enjoyable back then but thats personal preference. it's just frustrating to see notifications on deleted threads that seem to be within the rules haha. but i guess it isn't easy to find the golden middle for mods. an overhaul of the rules could help that though.
2021-10-21 00:17
5 replies
#55
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
I think the issue is that the lax rules did not update with the strict moderation, leading to confusion.
2021-10-21 00:23
#63
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Europe Nuskel
Yeah, it's a bit of a bummer coming back after a while and opening your notifications only to see a reply from someone in a thread that has been deleted, and therefore i can no longer see the reply. And sometimes it's actually a reply I'd want to read :| I'd like to see an implementation where you'd be allowed to see what they answered despite the thread being removed. One obviously won't be able to reply directly, but could always continue the convo in the DMs if that's desirable.
2021-10-21 00:29
3 replies
i recently had this with three threads that i talked in (ok, i understand it for one of them, but the other two?)
2021-10-21 00:47
1 reply
#98
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Europe Nuskel
I don't mind the threads being removed, as long as i'm able to keep the convo going somehow.
2021-10-21 00:57
+1
2021-10-21 02:13
+1
2021-10-21 00:19
no
2021-10-21 00:15
5 replies
Why?
2021-10-21 00:20
4 replies
because upvotes and downvotes would make hltv like reddit which is a terrible site, if people don't agree with what someone said they should be more or less be forced to make their argument rather than just hit a downvote button.
2021-10-21 00:37
3 replies
agreed.
2021-10-21 00:42
That's fine if you think that. But reddit is a booming platform is it not? I remember everyone screeching when hltv got a redesign, now I doubt anyone would prefer the old site. I simply don't agree with the latter.
2021-10-21 00:53
1 reply
"now I doubt anyone would prefer the old site." Users only miss the old site for the forum addons and features that were removed in the newer site that we are currently browsing on. A few examples:- - No guestbook on the profile - No "profile hits" on the profile - No outbox - No notifications that detailed every single reply you made and every single notification you received; instead we get a bell that doesn't go past 9 and there are lost notifications + more... However, a lot of users don't realise what the new website added and at the time, HLTV website was in dire need of an update and here we are. :D It isn't perfect but no website is, it is gorgeous in it's format design and newer features were implemented in place of the old ones bar the outbox and the removal of profile features.
2021-10-21 01:03
I thought it should but ghcwhatever convinced me that +1 is the way to go
2021-10-21 00:25
11 replies
Sadly hltv wants you to refrain from +1 comments.
2021-10-21 00:53
3 replies
I don't think this is true, just that a little common sense should be utilised before commenting. I have never been banned for a +1 comment and I have made a lot of +1 comments throughout my HLTV tenure.
2021-10-21 01:04
2 replies
Heard several people get banned for +1's
2021-10-21 01:05
1 reply
Lots of people did get banned for +1 comments but only because of the two circumstances where a +1 is bannable. Remember a LOT of the HLTV userbase is full of trolls, so +1 troll comments were made a lot. A +1 comment is bannable on two occasions:- - The user +1'd a comment deemed bannable and therefore, the user who +1'd the banned comment also received punishment. - The user's +1 comment is a troll +1 comment or a "useless" +1 comment, i.e. spam or a entire comment chain of consecutive +1 comments, like a +1 comment chain. +1'ing comments for the exact reason or purpose of a +1 comment will not net you a ban, friend.
2021-10-21 01:09
#108
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
+1s are good, but I was definitely not using them properly during my most active times.
2021-10-21 01:04
6 replies
I disagree. Your +1 comments were fine but the issue was that users mistook your comments for specifically +1 comment farming, as in you made a lot of them. By technicality, every +1 comment you made was a good use of a +1, there was just a whole lot of them to the point that it was seen by others as comment farming.
2021-10-21 01:11
5 replies
#120
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
I disagree. As the person making the comments, I can say that many times they were posted for no reason other than increasing my comments number. Yes, I did say that was not the case in the past, and I'm really unsure if I was lying or just way too blind to realize. Probably the second, considering how I reacted after getting banned. Of course, many of the accusations weren't true, but the main point, which is that I was a spammer, is correct.
2021-10-21 01:18
4 replies
Fair enough then, friend. :)
2021-10-21 01:31
3 replies
#127
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
:D I'm trying to post better comments now mens)), I hope people will forget my spammer times
2021-10-21 01:33
2 replies
We all have a dark past, I will forever be running away from mine and you know of that past. xD I miss your comments, friend. :) Bans or no bans, always remain your unique self. ^^
2021-10-21 01:36
1 reply
#129
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
Honestly I wouldn't call the days I spammed as dark, 2020 was surely a much worse year for me on HLTV :P Hopefully people will forget your past ^^ Thanks m8, I don't plan in becoming more active though
2021-10-21 01:40
lul reddit v2
2021-10-21 00:27
I like that there's no upvotes or downvotes and comments are just sorted by when they were posted. I think the way reddit works is fine but the way HLTV forums work feels unique and old school.
2021-10-21 00:33
would ruin the site and turn it into a circlejerk
2021-10-21 00:47
#85
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United States Jaksin
No thanks, websites with downvotes/upvotes always turn into hiveminds. Although +1 comments are kinda annoying, I feel it gives HLTV more personality and helps it stand out.
2021-10-21 00:48
Last time HLTV had this system someone ended up making a script to spam himself a bunch of likes, in the tens of thousands range.
2021-10-21 00:53
8 replies
and you don't think HLTV has good enough tech infrastructure to prevent these abuses compared to a single developer making a fucking chrome plugin on his freetime for free?
2021-10-21 00:55
7 replies
I don't see how HLTV can prevent different accounts using different IPs. You can buy thousands of proxies (not blocked on HLTV) for like $20
2021-10-21 00:56
6 replies
and for thousands of proxies you need thousands of accounts. If reddit can make the system work, there is no excuse for HLTV.
2021-10-21 01:01
5 replies
You can easily make thousands of accounts, there are tens of thousand of cracked accounts from when the website was hacked. Reddit doesn't make it work either, you can just google "foreign state vote manipulation" and find something or just google "buy upvotes reddit"
2021-10-21 01:03
4 replies
okay so why is reddit not in shambles with such a big loophole to abuse?
2021-10-21 01:05
3 replies
Probably because Reddit is far larger than HLTV so bots can't as easily offset a real comment?
2021-10-21 02:05
2 replies
and reddit also has 10000 times the user amount, meaning 10000 times more bots than it would be on hltv. HLTV is large enough to combat bots for its size. It's not hard.
2021-10-21 04:56
1 reply
I can see you aren't the brightest.
2021-10-22 06:16
yes
2021-10-21 00:58
works in an ideal world where HLTV is not full of trolls but not a single comment will not be downvoted into the ground
2021-10-21 01:01
8 replies
reddit is also full of trolls
2021-10-21 01:05
5 replies
#114
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Poland Hanse
Reddit is full of braindead sheeps that don't even bother to read or think themselves, mindlessly downvote everything dowvnoted and upvote everything upvoted
2021-10-21 01:08
4 replies
sounds like hltv except the upvote part
2021-10-21 01:11
3 replies
#122
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Poland Hanse
Well, then you already have hltv with voting system, go there
2021-10-21 01:22
2 replies
you are actually so cringe.
2021-10-21 04:57
1 reply
+1
2021-10-21 18:19
wokrs in an ideal word cant be used as an argument rlly
2021-10-21 18:22
1 reply
not using it as an argument for, more as an understanding of his ideas but not agreeing with them
2021-10-21 18:50
#121
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
"- No +1 comments needed, Jonathan E can stop rage about it and you give the poster the appreciation he deserves." Sure, no +1 comments is not really that bad, it would prevent users from spamming and some mods would have less reasons to ban people, but we would need a new system to replace it, which would be hard considering the options. "- Easier to detect real, good users and consider that when determining a post limit and thread creation limit. Spammer will be downvoted to shit and they will be banned before even having an opportunity to post more than 3 comments." I'm sure good users would still be downvoted a lot, even users like Jonty have a big amount of people that hate him for no reason. People with alts could also downvote someone they dislike using multiple accounts. The sentence "Spammer will be downvoted to shit and they will be banned" also makes me a bit worried, would the amount of downvotes give a user a ban or not? I mean, I saw #1, my opinion is that a comment shouldn't get deleted just because it received a lot of downvotes, this would just make unpopular opinions even less popular, and if you want to report a comment, there is a report button. "- Fun way to make users behave well. Witty comments, honest opinions and good baits will be upvoted. People will stay away from shitty baits, slandering etc. Less toxicity -> Less reports." "Honest opinions" could still be downvoted for no reason other than being unpopular. Good baits would still be downvoted for many, because it's a bait after all. Are we imagining an ideal world where HLTV users use a feature properly? Also, would the amount of downvotes influence how many people see the comment? Would comments with many downvotes be moved down while comments with upvotes go up?
2021-10-21 01:20
2 replies
haha, do you think users can decide what's good?? Some love baits some hate baits. Brazil users cry when you criticize brazil players even for a good reason. This would end really bad for HLTV.
2021-10-21 01:43
1 reply
#132
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Brazil ghcnvbkn
"Brazil users cry when you criticize brazil players even for a good reason" That's partially true, some of the users are chill and wouldn't do that, but others would, and considering how large this part of the Brazilian fanbase is, comments would be downvoted a lot and negatively affected. I agree that this would end really bad for HLTV. I'm not really sure what your points are.
2021-10-21 01:50
I think you could do +1 for Fragmovies but that's it.
2021-10-21 01:41
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wdym? so for the thread only
2021-10-21 17:49
No, vote system can get abused easily. If this happens HLTV would be like CSGO's vlr.gg who is stupid enough to implement the voting system.
2021-10-21 01:56
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comparing vlr to hltv LULW
2021-10-21 17:46
definitely not, it creates an echo chamber, just look at reddit
2021-10-21 05:45
0/8
2021-10-21 05:54
Are you sure you wish to report this thread?
2021-10-21 08:26
-8/8
2021-10-21 08:35
No The thing I like about hltv is if you disagree with something you ignore it or you give an argument and that's what I kinda like you get to see a lot of different povs instead of just being down voted which in turn does litteraly nothing or might just make it worse if people with alts just up vote themselves
2021-10-21 08:44
Never
2021-10-21 08:47
no, it will only lead to a hivemind
2021-10-21 10:42
"User #1 says something mildly intelligent" "User #2 replies with hahaaaa suck on this ratio looool" Upvotes/likes should belong to shitholes like twitter
2021-10-21 10:46
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if user 1 really said something mildly intelligent they would get more upvotes than troll downvotes
2021-10-21 17:45
hltv is only place in world where +1 would make sense yet it doesnt have that
2021-10-21 17:46
Absolutely not
2021-10-21 17:48
it creates echo chambers and discourages discussion which is bad,
2021-10-21 17:49
N0 /closed
2021-10-21 17:50
ye upvote
2021-10-21 17:52
It wouldn't be terrible, but it's better to not have it imo. Wholesome comments tend to get upvoted and I prefer the edgy comments )))) Also commenting "+1" is very fun, and I am very happy when I get +1s on my comments !!!!
2021-10-21 17:57
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+1
2021-10-21 17:59
It would be good yes but you can clearly see all these kids crying because they would get downvoted to hell and not get their daily attention
2021-10-21 18:23
No. /close
2021-10-21 18:38
what are you going to do with that ? Ending World Hunger ?
2021-10-21 18:57
N O O No. .oN /closed
2021-10-21 18:59
good idea i support
2021-10-21 19:03
Yes. HLTV developers are slow, so nice to see that you will help them to get these obvious ideas!
2021-10-21 19:06
I like the idea, but it opens the floodgates to bots that will upvote anything. Businesses could post something and upvote bot it so everyone sees, same with people pushing certain ideologies, or sharing things most wouldn't like to see. Also the real content/forum posts could be downvoted so no-one will ever see it, or they could get punished just because someone doesn't like them. Its great in theory, but hasn't worked well on any other platform that uses it. I feel we are better off without it.
2021-10-21 19:09
upvotes is partly what makes reddit so shit
2021-10-21 19:10
no way
2021-10-22 06:24
/open no /close
2021-10-22 06:33
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Brazil Khart
For the love of god NO People come in here to talk about CSGO, add some like system and it becames a game of who can get the most internet clout, their little fame moment.
2021-10-22 18:25
I feel like it would be a good idea to just have upvotes on posts to replace '+1' but there shouldn't be a karma system or anything. They shouldn't hold any power.
2021-10-22 18:30
>Before anyone rage out on me, I don't hang around on reddit. I'm a diehard HLTVer, been here longer than most of you. Well I guess that means you haven't seen just exactly how badly the upvote system on reddit can go
2021-10-22 18:42
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