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How are 'Questions for You' determined?

Asked by wildflower (11152points) April 29th, 2008

I’ve been trying to find the pattern of which questions come up as a ‘Questions for (Me)You’, but I don’t see it…...can someone enlighten me on this one?

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soundedfury's avatar

From what I can tell, there is some sort of basic algorithm that looks at the tags and content of questions you’ve answered.

wildflower's avatar

it’s a bit hit-and-miss…

gailcalled's avatar

Yes, some are on-point and other are whack-a-doodle. Still, the best place to look is “activity you’re following.” Tak.

wildflower's avatar

Good point, I’ve been trying to recognise tags…..with little success, but I could always go through the ones I’ve answered.

sferik's avatar

See this question about the matching algorithm, answered three months ago. It works basically the same way now as it did then.

wildflower's avatar

Thanks, didn’t find that one. Guess I wasn’t searching broad enough.

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