(I couldn't even make this the subject line of this post!)
I couldn't even use "Irritating Site Algorithm" as the subject line of this post, either.The subject of your topic is similar to existing topics. Please check these topics, and if your message is similar to one of them, then please reply there instead of creating a new topic. (Links will open in a new window.)
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The issue was that my subject line contained a word similar to other subject lines.
Example: Post (http://onlinephilosophyclub.com/forums/ ... =2&t=14122)
The subject line is "Spectroscopy" because I couldn't choose "Spectrums of Existence and Analysis" due to 'existence' and 'analysis' already being used. Are these not common words in philosophy and you are telling me that I can't use that subject line? The real point is that the site's algorithm is supposing that those other posts are making the same point as mine due to a If FIND(String) = True function.
I think it is too strict. The forum rules state: "H.1. Use a descriptive and specific title so that other users know the topic." I DO want to make descriptive and specific titles, but perhaps the site's algorithm could be modified?
Rather than merely 1 word triggering the algorithm, how about if the subject line matches 50% of words in another post's subject line?
(Pardon me if this has been addressed before or somewhere. I did attempt a site search.)