Looking at past ideas it looks like if you up voted an idea in the old Jive system it carried over but the new Lithium system won't let you give your own idea an up vote? Am I missing something or just don't it wrong?
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I noticed that also. I guess that eliminates the "don't forget to vote for you own idea" problem with Jive ideas.
If you do give a kudo and want to remove it, you can do that. With Jive, once you voted, you couldn't remove your vote, you could only make it the opposite vote.
But what if you think it is a bad idea. Now that is just the same as never having seen the post or ambivalence.
Hi @Dale_Rosema -
@StephenWilliams is correct:
"If you do give a kudo and want to remove it, you can do that. With Jive, once you voted, you couldn't remove your vote, you could only make it the opposite vote."
The Lithium functionality is similar - if you like an idea, you can vote for it, if your mind changes, you can remove your vote. If you believe it is a bad idea, please leave a comment with your suggestions.
I have made the request within Lithium to:
If you've already "kudo-d" a post, when try to do it again, it removes the kudo.
Strange ... not very efficient.
I preferred the "old" counter who indicated (in green, I think) that you had voted-up.
This isn't really solved, because it's still under request.
See @Tmetcalf's post below: