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Mr Snotty
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# 173771 5-Jun-2015 15:03
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I assume this might be easy to do but having a page with your top posts sorted by the +1 count will be quite awesome to see.

I am more interested with what posts I've had generated the most interest.

Maybe even a "wall of fame" of the people with the top posts w/ the most +1's?




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This would be nice.  Also some way to see what posts have generated your most recent +1s - sometimes I get a +1 or two but have no idea what post it came from - so a list of posts sorted descending by date of +1 received would be nice (if that's even captured.)

 
 
 
 


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  # 1317965 5-Jun-2015 15:11
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  • Top +1 overall (public)
  • Top +1 personally (private)
  • Most recent +1 personally (private)
Perhaps a "Most recent +1 overall (public)" as well?





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  # 1317975 5-Jun-2015 15:30
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This is how another forums I am on deals with it, with showing the username to all of who liked the post and then it gets marked as popular above X amount of likes, or +1's in GZ case. 



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  # 1317998 5-Jun-2015 15:42
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freitasm:

 

  • Top +1 overall (public)
  • Top +1 personally (private)
  • Most recent +1 personally (private)
Perhaps a "Most recent +1 overall (public)" as well?



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  # 1318082 5-Jun-2015 16:54
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or/and +1/post ratio

cause could have 10000 posts and only have 1 +1, or you could have 500 posts and 500 +1's

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