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I have to disagree with that. I tried to create a tag, but it didn't accept anything that wasn't a spamvertisement. Only linked products. That means not really a tag. A forced advertisement scheme. But I suppose that is because I work with standard forums that are standardized across many webpages.
Mind you this is for what should be a simple question to answer, and doesn't need tags. It would also seem that I am not tag minded. I went through 6 tags attempts and not one that I used made sense or related to this post so how does one make a post that refuses to use your attempts at tags?
Perhaps we need to have better messaging on our end about how our forums work and the expectations we're trying to set. It's something we're working on and trying to improve.
With regard to Livefyre, that is a separate account that you need to specifically create inside the post you want to comment on. In essence, we're using two different commenting platforms: Livefyre for comments on blog posts, and a separate Engadget account for the Engadget Forums (basically where we're discussing this right now). Unfortunately, they aren't related, and it's causing a lot of confusion and trouble. This is something we're also working on resolving ASAP.
If you're still having trouble accessing Livefyre, send me a message and I'd be happy to investigate what's happening with your account: firstname.lastname@example.org
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