Typo in the #bulletin-board "What you can do and what you can not do" part

Hey everyone! My name is Sky. I am an avid User Interface and User Experience designer.

So, I see a typo in the bulletin board thing where it says “what you can do and what you cannot do” (it doesn’t exactly say that part, but I think you all know what I mean).

Here’s the typo:

Just wanted to point out this typo here. Thank you and have a great rest of your day! :slight_smile:

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“in stead” is also valid.


“instead” has been used to replace “in stead” in modern times, but both are valid, as @sjr04 pointed out.

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They’re not both valid here – “instead” would make it grammatically incorrect. It would imply you can use (1) the developer forum or (2) another user, which makes no sense (we don’t use other users here). “in stead” is the only correct wording here. :slightly_smiling_face:


Thank you for letting me know @sjr04 and @Cyafu and @buildthomas! :slight_smile: