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Okay in contemporary usage does not carry significant commitment or specify implicit agreement; it only indicates confirmation that a communication has been received, and does not speak to message content. Although okay generally indicates no intent to oppose, it does not indicate an endorsement of the position.

Implied agreement[edit]

While participating in article improvement, consensus building, and dispute resolution, a dialogue where discourse can reach a point where some action may be taken. Editor A may inform Editor B (or the community writ large) of the action and reason for that action.

Implied credibility[edit]

Okay also should not be used as an indication of implied credibility of facts underlying foo.