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Q&A Why do we have "General comments" threads?

Comments below posts are grouped into threads, each of which can have a meaningful name so several different conversations can happen in parallel with less risk of confusion. However, sometimes th...

3 answers  ·  posted 5mo ago by trichoplax‭  ·  last activity 5mo ago by Karl Knechtel‭

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#1: Initial revision by user avatar trichoplax‭ · 2024-01-26T11:39:42Z (5 months ago)
Why do we have "General comments" threads?
Comments below posts are grouped into threads, each of which can have a meaningful name so several different conversations can happen in parallel with less risk of confusion.

However, sometimes the thread title is simply "General comments" which does not help the reader understand what the thread contains. Why does this sometimes happen?