I notice that five people have been named for liking the above post. Is there a limit to the number of names?
This is an improvement on the old system, which said 'Tom, Dick, Harry and three others liked this post.' (This often excluded the name of the OP, who was probably one of the first to like it.)
If it makes it any faster, I thought two names and then "three/four/five others" etc worked fine because hovering over the "others" part gave you the usernames anyway.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
I'll check with Adam.
There won't be much difference at all between 3 or 5 names, but on older threads where there could potentially be 100s of likes per post this will become an issue, especially for mobile devices.
I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.