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WELCOME to the most autistic thread in the entire history of 22chan ever!
All jokes aside this thread is about formatting, making threads, questions you have, tips and tricks in thread making.

 No.6791[D][DF]

OC=good thread

 No.6792[D][DF]

niggerspacing is for niggers

 No.6799[D][DF]

>>>/yu/1358
As you can see, anon isn't wrong. I think there's an issue when it comes down to making a thread about a certian topical event, where when it over, the thread get's forgotten like
>>>/pol/751
i mean, its not like there's anything wrong about making a thread where you're only allowed to post on monday or talk about monday related things, just take note if you want to make a thread about, say the corona virus, unless you figure out a way to make it revelant all year round, it'll get abandoned.

 No.6804[D][DF]

>>6799
I think it's ok for a thread to be short-lived, not all threads need to be eternal imo (even if they will zombie the catalog for quite a while)
But I agree that when making a thread people should be aware that it will last certainly more than a day, so unless it's necessary it shouldn't be tied to the time
For example "Let's discuss love in this peaceful friday night" isn't a great idea for a thread, as the first reply might come a few days later

 No.6807[D][DF]

>>6774
Go back to
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 No.6808[D][DF]

>>6807
/sg/ is for suggesting changes/tech fixes to the site. this is about threads themselves



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