Not always, I do skip posts, may read the first sentence, skim over the post, or read nothing, or every word, depending greatly on who is writing. Sorry, I don't want to be rude, but over the years one's mind does select contents on criteria made up by one's mind. Also I only come here once a day, five or six times a week, or even less when grandkids are here on holidays ... and I also need time to actually play my accordion.Do you read other people's posts before making your own contribution?
Every time that someone replies to your posts and your comments, even by giving you a thumbs up means that you've scored a reaction, hence it's your reaction score. I'm not 110% sure but by using some simple arithmetic it would seem to make sense.Does anyone know what their "reaction score" is defined as? As a guess I think that it may be something to do with the ratio "number of posts responded to divided by number of posts initiated"?
If so, wouldn't this answer the question raised by the OP?