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I feel like that is something someone would have already done. And I know you can look at hot topics but I am talking about an entire list of the most popular threads of all time!!

Anyone know of said list?
 
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Cassie, that would be pretty handy wouldn't it?
I am not sure that has been done , let me check with some of the other Stewards and get back to you.
 
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It depends on how one measures popularity. Is it based on number of views or number of replies or number of likes received in that topic or number of apples received in that topic?

Hot topics https://permies.com/forums/hottestTopics/list is the closest we have which uses number of replies as a measure of "hotness".

 
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Yeah I suppose I would base popularity on most amounts of replies. And I know hot topics is nice but I don't feel like that includes everything.
 
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