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Connect Standard Post Navigation
When using a Connect feed command, you will be met with a certain type of navigation under the embed. This is the Connect Standard Post Navigation (CSPN), and it does a good job when viewing a feed. There are four components in CSPN:
  • A Back Button.
  • A Like Button.
  • A Comment Button.
  • An ID Button.
  • A Next Button.
Connect Standard Post Navigation

The Back Button

The back button in CSPN does exactly what it sounds like it does. It goes back in posts. This is the same throughout every feed command that uses CSPN. When you start a CSPN-enabled command, the back button will always be disabled. This is because there is no posts to go back to. Once you use the next button, you will notice that the back button enables itself. This means there are posts that you can cycle back to. This button may not be available on every CSPN-enabled command.
The CSPN Back Button

The Like Button

The like button is a fairly simple CSPN component. It likes whatever post is currently displayed. You may notice that next to the thumbs-up emoji there is a number. This number represents how many likes the current post has. When you click the like button, the number will raise its number by one. The like button will automatically update the like count to include your new like, but you will have to scroll beyond and back to the post to refresh the button to include likes made by other users. When you click this button, it will become disabled. This means you have liked the post. You cannot remove a like from a post, so you must be careful when deciding you don't like a post. The like button may be disabled if Connect cannot associate the post author with a Discord user. The like button is available on every CSPN-enabled command.
The CSPN Like Button

The Comment Button

The comment button is the most interactive CSPN component. There is a number next to the comment emoji on the button. That represents how many comments a post has. Like the like button, upon posting a comment, that number will rise by one. To refresh the number to include other users' comments, you must scroll beyond and back to the post. Upon clicking the comment button, you will be asked what you would like to comment. You then must input what you would like to comment, in which Connect will then post the comment and delete the new messages. You can have as many comments as you would like on a post, but you cannot delete them. The comment button may be disabled if Connect cannot associate the post author with a Discord user.The like button is enabled on every CSPN-enabled command.
The CSPN Comment Button

The ID Button

The ID button is here to do one simple task: display the current post's ID. Why? This is so that Connect can present a friendly experience for all mobile users. It lets you copy the post ID directly, by just clicking that copy message content button on mobile.
The CSPN ID Button

The Next Button

The next button is an essential CSPN component for most commands. This component enables you to scroll forward in feeds. This works the same in almost every CSPN-enabled command, except for the explore command. While using the explore command, clicking the next button always grabs a random post. If you click the back button with the explore command, clicking the next button will not display the post you had left. When reaching the end of your feed or a user's posts, the next command will disable itself. The only time the next button will never disable itself is in the explore section. In the explore section, the next button will just grab a random post. The next button may not be available on every CSPN-enabled command.
The CSPN Next Button
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The Back Button
The Like Button
The Comment Button
The ID Button
The Next Button