@johnjohnston For those situations I typically put an appropriate emoji, the title of the original and the author in the title of my post (these don't display as the Post Kinds plugin strips them out for display on the blog). Micro.blog then picks that up and provides it as a simple link instead of treating it like a status update (which either has no title or has a datetimestamp like some have been using.)
When I post a like or reply the postkinds plugin grabs title and author and puts it at the top of the post. Look ok on blog but when it arrives on microblog the heart image is gone and the quote looks as if it might be mine. Same with twitter. I need to fix that. Somehow…
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