You guessed it, we’ve made it to 1,000,000 posts here in the Community Center (did any of you spot it?). What an amazing achievement and it just shows how much we all enjoy a good chat!
Thinking on this it takes me back to when the Community Center was first launched at the Airbnb Open in Paris, November 2015. 1,000,000 posts later, and we can look back on the many amazing conversations and friendships we have created over the past 3 and a half years.
What has been your favourite discussion here? For me, I really enjoy the community spotlights and personal stories shared, and also, as many of you know I am a fan of sustainability so I love all the green tips. There has been many fun moments together.
A huge thank you to all of you.
Lizzie, Quincy & Stephanie
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My favourite post is the so called „chicken wing case“ by Mo56 in Vanderbilt. Guest spent a night in jail after having too many beers along with his chicken menue. Read paragraph No. 2.
I'm leaning towards the current hosts whose guests wanted to know the make and model of the appliances before they booked. And the second host who got the same request. 🙂
Just curious, how many in this 1,000,000 are from hosts who strongly oppose the recent unsafe "no quest photo" policy? I have written and read many 1,000s of posts from unhappy, angry hosts- yet we go unheard...
There should be a prize for the millionth post, in a Willy Wonka Golden Ticket way.
Either an invitation to join the 'super strict 60 days' cancellation club or perhaps a years subscription for the airbnb magazine.
I completely agree... The poster who did the milionth post should be given a great prize!
30 days free stay on the listing that the poster would book ! Any listing, any price!
First class air ticket should be included as well!
@Lizzie , what about passing this suggestion along to be the prize to the one who post the post number 2.000.000? 🙂
You are confusing something. If You open a new topic this is called a thread. If You write an answer to an existing thread this is called an answer. But they are both counted as posts.