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notes

What are notes for? And why don't I have any?
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Hello Okjun- I believe notes are a way to say hi, express our thoughts with icons. You would get them from friends. I did not start getting any until I had friends. I hope this helped some, I will research it, let you know if there is more to it.
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Hi there -

They are just ways of sending a note to someone without posting it in the forum or having to send a private message.  Think of it as posting on their wall, as in Facebook, or adding a comment to someone's MySpace page.

They are public, so anyone can see them, so keep that in mind when sending.  

Emily
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