In my former HP account I have called some questions in order to create a new discussion. I got no answer nor accolade and was a bit wondering about. Later on I found out that the most of my questions were deleted. I don´t know why this happened and so I´m pretty curious if there are some criteria or even hardly forbidden questions.
Can anybody say something about this topic?
In general, we want people to avoid:
1. Discussion questions (things that would be better discussed in the Forums)
2. Questions that could get one word or very short answers
3. Inappropriate (adult, illegal drug-related, etc.) questions
4. Questions that are poorly-worded / have grammatical mistakes
Hope that helps!
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I was wondering how can one get this accolade??
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