Favourite/like photos in duel

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The ability to favourite or like a photo in the middle of a ImageDuel WITHOUT knowing anything about the artist that created it until after the duel, keeping voting anonymous and fair.
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Adrian Finn

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Posted 8 years ago

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Michelle Meenawong

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I'm with you, it's a good idea
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Justin Benson

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Great idea. I have been thinking about his for a while. Sometimes I want to find the person to see their photo again or learn more about where it is or how they created it. Sometimes I want to find a bad photo, and leave a little feedback on how to make it better (sometimes the idea is write but the final product is poorly composed or exposed/lacking technique), and other times, I see an image multiple times in a duel and its no good. Out of curiosity, I just want to see if its winning or if the owner is duel boosting, or posting very similar images repeatedly. Either way the idea of being able to find an artist (by searching) and being able to add a bookmark to a photo so you could look at it later, those are all great concepts!
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I think this is a great idea. Sometimes I want to find a photo again, or explore other photos the photographer has taken and I can't, because I can't favourite them in a duel. I used to be able to, but now I can't. Why is that??
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Clare Rodgers

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Unfortunately, this feature got removed as it was suspected that it was being used, by some, to create lists of photos to vote against in the duels and sway the voting in their favour.
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Sherry Andreason

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Hi Clare and NickyTT, we removed the ability to Favorite images during the duels because people were using it to cheat the system. You can leave a comment from the duels now and when the photographer responds it will link you back to the image in the email telling you about the response.

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