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Should it be possible to "react" to one's own posts?
We now have reactions.
However, I notice that there seems to be nothing stopping a user from "reacting" to their own posts.
For some reactions, this might make sense. For example, an outdated answer might be kept around for reference or for the benefit of some subset of readers, but the user posting it could use a reaction to mark it as "outdated". They might even want to mark their own answer as "dangerous" if there's something in particular about it that someone attempting what it describes needs to be fully aware of up front.
But "worked for me"?
It's not like one would likely propose an answer without at least being fairly certain that it works for solving whatever the question is asking about; and if one does, then hopefully a wrong answer would be downvoted for not being helpful.
Should it be possible to react to one's own posts? Should certain reactions be possible to apply to one's own posts and others only to posts by other users?