How are the answers to questions ranked in terms of best? I have noticed that when the person posting the questions does not select a "best" answer the list of answers is still ordered according to the tab, by "best" which seems to switch as new answers come in. Who besides the poster determines this? Thanks.
Thanks Rochelle. I guess we can't see the actual number of thumbs up votes. I appreciate the answer. Chag sameach.
by Ari Lamstein4 years ago
Hello Hubbers,We thought you would like to know that the "Best Answer" feature, which was first described in this blog post:http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/06/best-answer/has now been released. We hope that you...
by multimastery6 years ago
Does anyone know if Yahoo Answers is still blocking HubPages links? I heard they were a lil while back, but not sure if that was accurate info.
by americababy5 years ago
There are some sites that have monetized their answer section. It would be interesting if Hubpages tried to do the same thing.I think the way they could do it would be to section off the answers into seperate...
by Faith Reaper6 months ago
I apologize, but it seems a "Best" answer was chosen on my question when I did not choose it. I hope the HP Team can help me or someone can inform me why that happened! I noticed it via my phone...
by Jeff Gamble4 years ago
Error when trying to comment on a commentWhen submitting a comment on an answer to a question, I am getting a "findAdvanced" error - Anyone have trouble tonight?
by Billie Kelpin2 years ago
So, I understand that the question-answer section is to inspire hubs, BUT it feels a little disingenuous to use the information everyone provided, especially when that information would fit nicely in a list. I...
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