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@Michael Vogel

For what it is worth I still can't search though. I can still find users and forums, but nothing else. I quite quickly get back a "no results" message. It feels like it isn't even trying.

I mean, SHOULD it find "words" such as "football" or "internet" if I search for them? Or is this about (my) expectation management perhaps? :)

I keep comparing the search to my Pleroma instance, where those loose search terms come back with what looks like relevant results, but if that isn't the goal of the search in Friendica I should probably not compare, at all...?

I would definitely expect it to find #hashtags though, especially given that it even spits them out in a sidebar on the Community page, but clicking them returns the same "No results" as the search does.

I to notice that on my profile page there are #hashtags too (for example #eveonline) and when I click that it takes me to a post where I have used that tag. It also works for the tag #misskey which I had mentioned in another post. It does not return anything at all, not even my posts, if I type those specific hashtags in to the search bar though.
 

Welcome to the Fediverse!


Why do we call it by that name? A brief explanation can be found here. My favorite platform of the ones listed there is Diaspora, because of it’s short learning curve and simple, intuitive interface. In my opinion it’s the most ideal replacement for Farcebook with similar features, except for groups, but I’ll show you how I have created groups of my own right here on Diaspora.

Diaspora Takes Time to Become What You want it to Be.


That’s because you “build your own” experience here. Unlike Farcebook, #Diaspora will not suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” You tell it what you want to see and who you want to share with. If you are new around here, and especially if you don’t know anyone on Diaspora or elsewhere in the #Fediverse, you can follow #hashtags about subjects that interest you, and looking there, you’ll probably find some people you want to share with. You may also find people you’d rather ignore. Both adding new people and ignoring trolls are easy to do with just a couple of clicks.

Introduce Yourself!


Let your friends and potential friends know you’re here. Fill out a little bio and include an image. It doesn’t have to be your photograph of yourself, it can be anything you want. You can even make up a cool name to go by, like Joe McCool or something. There’s no need to use your real name here. In your #newhere or #Introduction post, share what hashtags you’re following, and be sure to include a few ion your own description. Make sure your Intro is public!

Your friends, old and new, will help you.


For example, I might private message one of my friends to tip him or her off about a spammer, a bot, or a troll and advise my friend to use the Ignore feature to prevent them from commenting on your posts. Or I might suggest an awesome person to share with whose posts I think my friend will enjoy. Most importantly, since it takes time, give it time! You’re building it custom made, just for you.

Create your own Groups on Diaspora!


Some people do it simply by using hashtags. I do it using Aspects. From your personal page (reach it by clicking on your own picture if you’re viewing your Stream), look at your Aspects. You have a few to start with by default: Family, Friends, Work, and Acquaintances. But underneath that list you’ll find “+ Add an Aspect.” Give it whatever name you want. Dance Partners, Church friends, Trek Fans, Starwars fans, Alien Life Forms, whatever you like, as many as you like! You can put people you’re sharing with into one or more of those categories, then read and post to just that particular Aspect. That’s how I made my own groups. It works for me because I took the time to make it work.

Most of all, have fun! Make it your own, and celebrate your liberation from “Big Media!


Some material for this greeting, and the idea of having a greeting like this, was shamelessly stolen from @Robbie
 

Welcome to the Fediverse!


Why do we call it by that name? A brief explanation can be found here. My favorite platform of the ones listed there is Diaspora, because of it’s short learning curve and simple, intuitive interface. In my opinion it’s the most ideal replacement for Farcebook with similar features, except for groups, but I’ll show you how I have created groups of my own right here on Diaspora.

Diaspora Takes Time to Become What You want it to Be.


That’s because you “build your own” experience here. Unlike Farcebook, #Diaspora will not suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” You tell it what you want to see and who you want to share with. If you are new around here, and especially if you don’t know anyone on Diaspora or elsewhere in the #Fediverse, you can follow #hashtags about subjects that interest you, and looking there, you’ll probably find some people you want to share with. You may also find people you’d rather ignore. Both adding new people and ignoring trolls are easy to do with just a couple of clicks.

Introduce Yourself!


Let your friends and potential friends know you’re here. Fill out a little bio and include an image. It doesn’t have to be your photograph of yourself, it can be anything you want. You can even make up a cool name to go by, like Joe McCool or something. There’s no need to use your real name here. In your #newhere or #Introduction post, share what hashtags you’re following, and be sure to include a few ion your own description. Make sure your Intro is public!

Your friends, old and new, will help you.


For example, I might private message one of my friends to tip him or her off about a spammer, a bot, or a troll and advise my friend to use the Ignore feature to prevent them from commenting on your posts. Or I might suggest an awesome person to share with whose posts I think my friend will enjoy. Most importantly, since it takes time, give it time! You’re building it custom made, just for you.

Create your own Groups on Diaspora!


Some people do it simply by using hashtags. I do it using Aspects. From your personal page (reach it by clicking on your own picture if you’re viewing your Stream), look at your Aspects. You have a few to start with by default: Family, Friends, Work, and Acquaintances. But underneath that list you’ll find “+ Add an Aspect.” Give it whatever name you want. Dance Partners, Church friends, Trek Fans, Starwars fans, Alien Life Forms, whatever you like, as many as you like! You can put people you’re sharing with into one or more of those categories, then read and post to just that particular Aspect. That’s how I made my own groups. It works for me because I took the time to make it work.

Most of all, have fun! Make it your own, and celebrate your liberation from “Big Media!


Some material for this greeting, as well as the idea for it, was shamelessly stolen from @Robbie
 
I was wondering why the toot (or what it's called when it is from #friendica) above shows up when I look at the #basecamp hashtag?! Here, in the #mastodon-webinterface it doesn't seem to have any hashtag at all.

...ok, I see now, when I open it in it's on instance (https://squeet.me/display/962c3e10f4bc1db656da2c882f649d05e69f1fb1), it does have that hashtag - that's the explanation, I guess.
Still interesting, first time I notice something like that.

#hashtags

cc
@heluecht
 
Following just tags is fine, but you'll miss a lot because the majority of folks do not use #Hashtags in their posts/replies.
 

Welcome Here, @circlecat@diasp.org!


@Robbie above has given you some good tips already. I'll bullet some for you real quickly:

Enhance your Profile page:
  • It's what most folks will look at, along with your posting history, to see if they might like to Add you to their Aspects.
Here's a look at my Profile Page so you'll see what I mean...

https://diasp.org/people/1a2e75aa402a984f

Avoiding Trolls:
  • read and post in your Personal Stream; avoid the Public Stream for the most part.
Of course, until you build up your Aspects and set up your Followed #Hashtags, your Personal Stream will be a bit empty.

Making your Personals Stream what you want it to be:
  • Choose users that you add to your Aspects carefully.
  • Choose #Hashtags that you follow carefully.
  • Organize your Aspects (kinda' like G+ Circles, if you're familiar with that)
Making posts:
  • Diaspora uses Mark-up to enhance posting.
  • You can bold, italicize, ~~strikethrough~~, etc.
  • You can increase font size using Header settings
  • You can also post Y29kZQ==
  • Diaspora Wiki
  • Diaspora Tutorials
Help:
  • Just holler... someone will jump in and help you with issues/questions you may have.

HAVE FUN! :)


If you care to add me to your Aspects, I will add you back.

Regards,

~Eric

P.S. The Admin/Owner of this pod (diasp.org) on the Diaspora Network is @David Morley. Get to know him. Add him to your Aspects. :)

P.P.S. Most of us here are quite picky about who we add to our Aspects. If you're reading a post by someone you like and is in your Aspects, pay attention to all the replies. Most of the folks replying to them will be decent folks. It's a way to bulk up your Aspects.
 
RVing must be pretty cool, getting to see whatever you want, and stay as long as you want. I'm jealous!

Welcome to Diaspora!


Diaspora takes time to become what you want it to be. Unlike Fakebook, D* won’t suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” So you kinda have to build it yourself, following #hashtags about stuff you’re interested in, and following people who share those interests. The people you follow, you can “categorize” in Aspects, including making up your own aspect categories, so in that way it can become something like a “Facebook group,” and you can share stuff with just that one aspect group then only those people will see it. So that’s kinda cool.

I think the interface is simpler than Fakebook, and it has more features, like the formatting and stuff that Facebook doesn’t have. You can ignore spammers and idiots, and that gets their stuff out of your feed. They can still see anything you post publicly, but they can’t comment on it.

Have fun!

 
There was a group of cloggers at the fair that day too, and I was fascinated by the noise and fun they were having. They borrow a lot from square dancing as it turns out. A single male clogger is called a "buck," a single female clogger is a "wing," and a couple is "buck and wing." There's a lot of Irish, Native American, and Appalachian influences. It's a truly American folk dance, a melting pot of cultures. Contra is not as familiar to me, but if I wasn't so far away from everything, I might take a class!

Oh, and I forgot my standard #newhere greeting, so here:

Welcome to Diaspora!


Diaspora takes time to become what you want it to be. Unlike Fakebook, D* won’t suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” So you kinda have to build it yourself, following #hashtags about stuff you’re interested in, and following people who share those interests. The people you follow, you can “categorize” in Aspects, including making up your own aspect categories, so in that way it can become something like a “Facebook group,” and you can share stuff with just that one aspect group then only those people will see it. So that’s kinda cool.

I think the interface is simpler than Fakebook, and it has more features, like the formatting and stuff that Facebook doesn’t have. You can ignore spammers and idiots, and that gets their stuff out of your feed. They can still see anything you post publicly, but they can’t comment on it.

Have fun!

 
Hashtags can be difficult for blind people's screen readers, because the reading software may have trouble telling the words apart in the tag.

✅ You can make hashtags screen reader friendly by using "CamelCase", where each word in the tag begins with a capital letter.

For example, #DogsOfMastodon is fine but #dogsofmastodon may cause problems.

#FediTips #MastoTips #Accessibility #A11y #Hashtags #ScreenReaders
 
In Diaspora, your stream content is determined by your followed #hashtags & contributors who are in your Aspects. Manipulate those two well and you’ll have a very interesting stream without too much crap.

+1


was about to say that, Keep making lot of public posts with hash tags, keep following tags you will get lot of interesting things.
 
Il faut suivre des #hashtags ou #croisillons pour recevoir de l'information. Et en insérer dans ses propres publications pour les rendre visibles à tous.
Les aspects permettent de classer ses contacts et de rendre les publications visible seulement par certains d'entre eux. Pour les rendre visibles par tous, y compris hors diaspora, il daut les poster sous l'aspect "public"
 
@PaulaToThePeople Diese bei #Hashtags sinnvolle Schreibweise hat auch einen schönen Namen: "CamelCase"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camel_case
 
My great grandfather fought in WW2. And I had the honor of meeting a WW2 veteran at school a few years back, and I've been fascinated ever since then.

Welcome to Diaspora!


Diaspora takes time to become what you want it to be. Unlike Fakebook, D* won’t suggest “people you may know” or “stuff you might like.” So you kinda have to build it yourself, following #hashtags about stuff you’re interested in, and following people who share those interests. The people you follow, you can “categorize” in Aspects, including making up your own aspect categories, so in that way it can become something like a “Facebook group,” and you can share stuff with just that one aspect group then only those people will see it. So that’s kinda cool.

I think the interface is simpler than Fakebook, and it has more features, like the formatting and stuff that Facebook doesn’t have. You can ignore spammers and idiots, and that gets their stuff out of your feed. They can still see anything you post publicly, but they can’t comment on it.

That’s some cool stuff I’ve learned in the three months or so that I’ve been here.

Have fun!

 
@arran

A frontend for fediverse wide search based on #hashtags

It could work across #peertube #mastodon #pleroma #pixelfed etc to discover content, any #activitypub capable service.

A sort of Aggregator that works across all of these clients.
 
@carrabelloy @heluecht
Ok du scheinst nicht zu verstehen was #hashtags sind und ich glaube ich blocke dich am Besten gleich mal
 
You can tell us more about yourself with what #hashtags interest you.
 
@hartmutpfueller und vor allem auch bei anderen #Menschen, ich mache die #Hashtags mittlerweile ohne drüber nachzudenken.
 
Why do #Mastodon people not use #Hashtags, do #people not get the concept?
 
@meldrian
Würde mich auch sehr interressieren, meines Wissens aber geht da nichts. Durchsuchbar sind wohl nur Hashtags, warum auch die Verwendung solcher #Hashtags umso wichtiger ist!
 
Das ist das schöne hier: Hier kann man nicht nur Menschen folgen, sondern auch #Hashtags. Nirgends lernt man schneller NEUE Leute kennen als hier.
 
Hey @Micha in Flow, probier mal einen #neuhier Post zu schicken, in dem Post ggf. noch ein paar andere #Hashtags einfügen um ein paar interessante Leute zu finden, bzw. von Menschen mit gleichen Interessen gefunden zu werden.
 
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Ich hätte da mal 'ne #Frage zu #niewiederCDU, denn seit es dieses Hashtag gibt (ich glaube seit "die Zerstörung der CDU"), habe ich die Befürchtung, dass es vornehmlich von Leuten benutzt wird, die sowieso nicht die #CDU wählen würden.
Nun ist das natürlich trotzdem nicht falsch das kund zu tun und es hat ja auch einen auffordernden Charakter (im Sinne von: "Nie wieder Krieg" heißt ja auch nicht, dass man nicht persönlich kämpfen wird, sondern generell sich eine friedliche Welt wünscht), aber ich vermute, dass wir Empörten einfach keine verlorene Stimme für die #Union sind.

Mir ist natürlich klar, dass wir hier auf diaspora* (und in meiner Filterblase) ein eher linkes teils sogar linksradikales Publikum haben, aber die Umfrage ist vielleicht dennoch ein erster Einblick.

CDU und "Union" darf man hier gerne synonym betrachten für #CSU und #ÖVP und #CVP etc.

Symbolbild: #cc-by #niewiedercdu von Marco Verch Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic

#Umfrage #Poll #Twitter #Hashtags
 

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This post is a useful reference page, but some #hashtags would have made it even more useful (easy to find using search).

Suggestions: #logic #fallacy #argument
 
it’s wonderful here :)
Not always, but if you set your account up with the #hashtags you're interested in and the good folks in your Aspects who you find interesting and of like mind, hobbies, etc., then your Stream will be filled with good stuff, usually.
 
The strangest thing is why systems like #Friendica surround hashtags in content they send to other systems with links back to their own site. Why would my users want to see hashtags on your website?
Why would they not want that? I think it is somewhat scummy for the user's instance to redirect #hashtags to their own instance, which may not know of any other posts with that tag. Or perhaps the best way is for the receiving instance to append its local #hashtag search to the display view of the post, giving people the ability to choose either instance for the hashtag search page.
 
Yeah .. initial contacts and LOTS of #hashtags .. just try to guess some in the search and you will see what hides behind them. ;) #graphics #arts #music #musique #computers #stuff, you name it. ;)
 
hab öfters gesehen das viele bei #hashtags den "-" nehmen, besser ist den "_" zu benutzen.
 
By the way, #diaspora* not only knows about #hashtags but it actually supports #markdown for text and you can do a lot of fancy stuff with it if you want. I re-posted a markdown reference here (or here for a pluspora permanent link).
 
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Skoschi
Skoschi
vor etwa 10 Stunden

Hallo zusammen, ich bin #NeuHier. Ich interessiere mich für #bochum, #oelde, #deutschland, #japan, #metal und #motorsport.

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Welcome!

Skoschi
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Oh, thank you!

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Nach Anschlag in Hanau: 84 Verfahren wegen Beifallsäußerungen im Netz© AP Photo / Michael Probst
POLITIK
06:54 10.03.2020(aktualisiert 06:56 10.03.2020)Zum Kurzlink34885
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Nach dem rassistisch motivierten Anschlag von Hanau sind einem Zeitungsbericht zufolge zahlreiche Ermittlungsverfahren wegen befürwortender Kommentare im Internet eingeleitet worden.

Die Zentralstelle zur Bekämpfung der Internet- und Computerkriminalität habe 84 Verfahren angestrengt, sagte der Frankfurter Generalstaatsanwalt Helmut Fünfsinn den VRM-Zeitungen.

Tatort nach der tödlichen Schießerei in Hanau in der Nacht am 20. Februar 2020
© REUTERS / KAI PFAFFENBACH
Die Heuchler nach Hanau – Mit Trauermienen von Kamera zu Kamera
Fünfsinn nannte die sympathisierenden Äußerungen im Netz „unerträglich“. Allerdings werde man die Tatverdächtigen nur in einigen wenigen Fällen identifizieren können. „Die fehlende Vorratsdatenspeicherung wirkt sich zweifelsohne negativ auf die Arbeit der Strafverfolgungsbehörden aus“, beklagte er.

Anschlag in Hanau
Ein 43-jähriger Deutscher hatte am 19. Februar in der hessischen Stadt neun Menschen mit ausländischen Wurzeln erschossen. Weitere Menschen wurden verletzt. Der Sportschütze soll auch seine Mutter getötet haben, bevor er sich selbst das Leben nahm. Nach bisherigen Erkenntnissen hatte er eine rassistische Gesinnung und war psychisch krank.

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https://youtu.be/uq57pWuGJlU

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Willkommen im #fediverse! ;)
Du kannst auf #diaspora* mittels #markdown auch texte neben den einfachen #hashtags weiter aufhübschen wenn dir danach ist, infos dazu findest du in diesem post ggf. ;) Have fun!

Skoschi
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Vielen Dank!

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Make Fun, n o t war!

hier läuft eine der fettesten Hexenjagden des deutschen g7Klo.bus gegen RECHTS, gegen die gesellschaftliche MITTE!!! LESENSWERT… HIE kann mann den voellige ZERFALL von ETHIK & zivilisation, KULTUR brandheiss mit erleben & mit befeuern…

It´s so sweet to kill Onesself and the Neighbor too… —diese kriminellen VOLLIDEOTEN beruecksichtigem dabei nur nicht, dass mann d a s nur 1x mal machen kann, wie ein verglüheder komet, der in den Erdorbit zu tief eintaucht…
Do once, suffer multiple!!!

YouTube: CORONA - Alles nur Panik? (Massengeschmack-TV)

 

Willkommen im #fediverse! ;)


Du kannst auf #diaspora* mittels #markdown auch texte neben den einfachen #hashtags weiter aufhübschen wenn dir danach ist, infos dazu findest du in diesem post ggf. ;) Have fun!
 

UAX #31: Unicode Identifier and Pattern Syntax


A spec for matching #unicode #hashtags
Pretty useful.
 
@spootle Warum macht man die Sucher nicht nach #Hashtags die meisten User setzen in ihren Toots hashtags und dann wird auch eher was gefunden, auch in anderen Sozialen Medien.
Bin aber kein programmierer.....
 
diaspora* is largely one-sided. you have to follow people that look interesting, and you have to follow #hashtags you think are interesting.

Pick some topics you like - I dunno, #religion or #science or whatever, and posts containing that hashtag should show up in your stream. Likewise if you come across interesting people, follow them, and what they post publicly (or in an aspect you're in they share with) will show up in your stream.

It's not a big, it's a feature. You have complete control over what you see when you click the dandelion, so if you don't follow things/people your feed will be sparse
 
Willkommen in der Diaspora* btw. wie @Paul Gehrke on Friendica schrieb in der Förderation :)
Nicht vergessen mit Menschen zu teilen und #Hashtags zu abonnieren, damit du einen Stream bekommst der deinen Interessen entspricht.
 

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Please use

#hashtags


so we can find your posts.

#tags #hashtag #diaspora
 
Kann ich Mastodon und #Diaspora miteinander verbinden, so dass ich nicht jeden Eintrag zweimal schreiben muss?
Grundsätzlich ja, derzeit etwas schwierig.

Diaspora sollte seine API 2012 haben, aber bisher hat das noch nicht geklappt, daher ist es schwierig irgendwas zu programmieren, was das ermöglicht (also eine Applikation, die deine Nachrichten einfach an beides schickt).

Zweite Möglichketit wäre - ähnlich der Twitter-Integration von diaspora - dass einfach öffentliche Beiträge auch an einen Mastodon-Server gesandt werden. Auch das ist nicht vorgesehen, aber wenn du deinen eigenen diaspora*-Server betreibst könnte man das vermutlich zurechtbiegen (afaik ist die Mastodon-API identisch zu der von Twitter).

Dritte Möglichkeit: Ein Friendica-Account. Damit kannst du einfach auf Friendica schreiben und lesen und du kannst Leuten auf Mastodon oder diaspora oder beidem folgen und die können dir folgen.
Vielleicht kann man einen Friendica-Account auch so einrichten, dass er deine Beiträge, die du auf diaspora schreibst immer automatisch weitersagt, so wären sie auch auf Mastodon zu finden (denke ich) und wenn du möchstest könntest du die dann wieder mit deinem Mastodon-Account weitersagen XD

Fazit: Eigentlich nicht, nein. Irgendwie aber doch ^^
Arbeitet Mastodon mit #Hashtags?
Ja, anders als bei diaspora kann man Tags aber nicht folgen/abonieren, man kann nur danach suchen (bzw. welche anklicken und gucken was sonst für Beiträge mit dem Hashtag erschienen sind).
 
Ich habe zwei Fragen zu #Mastodon:

1) Kann ich Mastodon und #Diaspora miteinander verbinden, so dass ich nicht jeden Eintrag zweimal schreiben muss?
2) Arbeitet Mastodon mit #Hashtags?
 
Ich habe zwei Fragen zu #Mastodon:

1) Kann ich Mastodon und #Diaspora miteinander verbinden, so dass ich nicht jeden Eintrag zweimal schreiben muss?
2) Arbeitet Mastodon mit #Hashtags?
 
Ich habe zwei Fragen zu #Mastodon:

1) Kann ich Mastodon und #Diaspora miteinander verbinden, so dass ich nicht jeden Eintrag zweimal schreiben muss?
2) Arbeitet Mastodon mit #Hashtags?
 
- Actually if you search something in the search box of Mastodon, it will find only users or #hashtags

- There is no function like 'retweet and comment'. That's by design, because is a kind of function that is mostly used to harrass people. Yes, I know, it's also useful for legit uses but, well, the point here is to prefer real interactions than boosts.

- There is also no Trending Topics and that's also by design. This confuses most of the Twitter users 😁. In fact, by removing it, Mastodon killed the urge to enhance CERTAIN arguments instead of others and all the 'social noise' about vapor-problems. Mastodon is a place where you can TALK with people without having to know by a TT board that a certain argomrnt is more important than the one you want to talk.
 
Was is an den #Hashtags kaputt?
 

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Ok, es gibt jetzt trending #hashtags.
Will man das? Ist das nicht ein klassischer #Filterblasenblasmechanismus?
 
@xy@pluspora.com & @Herr Von Sinnen Ja möglicherweise schadet es dem bequemen #Lesefluss. Ich glaube damit kommt der am #Thema interssierte #Leser früher oder später zurecht. Es geht ja um nichts, hier stehen nur Sachen die man ohne weiteres woanders finden kann. Ich kenne Leute die können sehr konzentriert, bei sehr lauter #Musik, arbeiten. Alles eine Frage das #Trainings. Interssant siehts eventuell mit #Suchbots in einigen Jahren aus. Was hat die #Diskussion um #Hashtags mit dem #Inhalt des #Beitrages zu tun?
 
#Hashtags in kommentaren sind aber, soweit ich weiß, bedeutngslos.
 

@Herr Von Sinnen ja das #glaube ich #gern,


das liegt aber an der #Struktur dieses #Nachrichtenverteilsystems, denn #ohne #Hashtags keine #Reichweite.

Als #mögliche #Lösung für dein #Problem nun folgender #Vorschlag, oder besser #Vorschläge.

#Einfach #Copy & #Paste und ab mit dem #Text in den #Texteditor, und schon ist der #Text #einfarbig. #Eventuell kannst du unter #Einstellungen / #Konto, #rechts #oben wo dein #Nickname steht, in dem #Menüpunkt " #Farbschema #ändern " eines der anderen #Farbschemata wählen.
 

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