Yesterday, I've asked a question and now I can see few answers coming in. Now, what I want to know is:
As I've asked the question then am I allowed to vote the answers?
There are four to five answers then the followers showing up for the answer are only two. Why so?
Thanks in advance.
You are allowed to vote, since you are able to vote. It is reasonable that you do so, since you have asked for feedback.
Each person decides whether to follow a question or not. It shouldn't be difficult to understand why there are less followers than the amount of answers given.
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