Why the downvote?
If you click on the downvote button it will show the reasons for all downvotes. When you downvote a snap you're asked for a reason. In this case the reason the downvoter gave was 'lacklustre content'. Doesn't seem a fair reason to me!
Thanks, I am going back over my old downvotes to learn the reasons for them.
I call it the "unknown user randomly downvoting things sometimes" factor.
Yeah I get those occasionally also. I just shrug it off.
I am just genuinely curious! Did I make an error, or did they just not like the article? How will I ever know?!
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Figured i'll do /u/Jack a favour and clean the "bloomberg" tag out as well as expand on the intro since it was cut off mid-sentence. Some of the perks that come with the super-mod position :)
It is required on some subreddits. Lets people know the source.
This place automatically pulls the source, tags, etc when the link is being added. It also displays the link source all over the place so leaving the tags is considered messy.
I think you should not be able to down vote without a reason. "Unknown user randomly downvoting things sometimes" factor happens to me too.
I have to agree, they should be forced to leave a comment when they downvote!
Yep, tough call :D
I don't care about the comment so much but when you down vote a reasons box come up you should have to check one of the options.