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Is there anyway to tell if a question has been answered?

Asked by gsiener (438points) December 11th, 2007
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gsiener's avatar

Sorry I wasn’t more specific. I meant, is there anyway to tell if a question has been satisfactorily answered. Just curious because I was looking through “Comments for you” and noticed that most of them had already been answered by someone else.

sferik's avatar

You mean “Questions for you”, right?

Just because a question has been satisfactorily answered doesn’t mean you can’t contribute your two cents.

One of the things I like about Fluther is reading different peoples’ answers to the same question.

klaas4's avatar

I think he means that you can mark the question answered if it is answered by your wish. I kind of like that feature too.

segdeha's avatar

A related feature that I’d like to see is to show possible duplicate questions before posting the question to the site. You know, like on Digg.com, except that it would only show you actual possible dupes.

steelmarket's avatar

It would be nice to have an “Answers to your questions” counter.

Mainly, I am just curious as to what happens when a Flutherer goes back in time to December of 2007 to answer a question. Part of my quest for the very first question.

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