OOpsie!! I voted accidentally on something and can't take it back..I don't think!

shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
I have never voted for people to advance..and I accidentally voted on someone when I didn't mean that I agreed that they should advance! I hit the vote button thinking I had the option of yes or no,and apperently it was just yes!! Its not a big deal as I know it takes other votes but I feel bad because the person clearly isn't ready...
08/16/2012
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Kindred Kindred
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Originally posted by shySEXXaddict
I have never voted for people to advance..and I accidentally voted on someone when I didn't mean that I agreed that they should advance! I hit the vote button thinking I had the option of yes or no,and apperently it was just yes!! Its not a big ... More
I wouldn't worry about it. I think pretty much everyone advances regardless of whether or not they are truly ready.
08/16/2012
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Kindred
I wouldn't worry about it. I think pretty much everyone advances regardless of whether or not they are truly ready.
This would be correct. But...we're working on that, too. Always something in the cogs around here.
08/16/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
That happened to me once. But like Kindred said, they are going to get it despite our mistake.
08/17/2012
indiglo indiglo
It's happened to me once too - that's a lesson none of us will soon forget! lol I felt bad, but it's true - the way things are now everyone gets voted through. So no worries, your 1 vote did NOT change history or the way Eden works.
08/17/2012
SkylarrStarr SkylarrStarr
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Originally posted by Kindred
I wouldn't worry about it. I think pretty much everyone advances regardless of whether or not they are truly ready.
I agree...I have found that those that are not ready or not willing to learn often don't make it past the first few reviews anyway. There are tons of reviewers on EF, but only a fraction of those actually contribute beyond the first few assignments. I think many people think it is easy and they will get free stuff all the time, and when they realize that there is actual work involved, they let it fall by the wayside.
08/17/2012
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