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Thank you for your advice. It certainly was not intentional. Typically, all caps are used for headlines and titles, and have been in practice for those use cases for a long time, I have got this advice from a professional journalist, and a few others. Once, I was corrected by not using all caps in a title. Many official templates have headings fixed as all caps. There was no wrong intention, but a few people have certainly reacted very strongly. It is great that people have strong opinions, but sometimes also need to consider the context and the intention. Otherwise, people are not allowed to do anything that are not aligning with their opinion which could be very concerning.
Wow, very interesting to see this reaction. Ok, will take it onboard. Thank you!
Did I yell at anyone? If your post got reported as a spam, what would be your response? I am interested to know. I don't think I have yelled at anyone, not even the person who for whatever reason thought it was a spam without checking the facts. Anyway, thank you for commenting on my post.
Ah interesting. I was given the advice by a professional writer and marketing person that all titles ideally need to be in capital to make them stand out :) Many thanks for sharing your observation.
Please refer to my comments above.
Why did you think this is a spam? Go to have a look all customer feedback. I spend 12 hours a day to bring creativity and ideas to the world stage. Please respect people who genuinely want to make a difference to the world! Thank you!
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