Alex 알렉스
Professional Teacher
Getting a 'thank you' for your corrections and answers How important is it for you to get a thumps up or a 'thank you' for your corrections or answers? There was a guy who did a lot of corrections, but it seemed to him that people did not appreciate it enough, so he stopped. According to my experience there are many people who are very grateful and happy, but some neither write a comment nor give thumps up. How are your experiences and how important is a positive feedback for you?
Apr 13, 2019 10:25 PM
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I'm happy when they don't say "thank-you". That lets me know that my attempt to help that particular poster was of no value, so I won't waste my time trying to help them again. There are so many good people who could use free help, and so little time to take care of them all. We have to be selective.
April 13, 2019
Even if nobody thanked me for something I've done I'll be fine 🤔 why would I be angry I did it because I want to in the first place if I didn't want i could have not done it  if I do it to be appreciated or want people to thank me that is another thing
April 13, 2019

Well... I understand that having high expectations of others is unreasonable. Still, I think that if someone posts an entry, it's asking people to spend their time and energy correcting this entry, and effort must be appreciated.

I don't hold grudges, but if I corrected someone's notebook and they didn't react to it, then I assume they didn't look at it/it didn't help them and then I avoid correcting their entries since they can't draw anything from it. Better to correct the entries of someone who can learn from your corrections, don't you think.

April 14, 2019
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Alex 알렉스
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Austrian German, English, German, Hindi, Korean, Latin
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