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What makes my question end up on the 'Hot' list?


I like to ask questions, and so I do, often. I see my questions under the 'Hot' tab and wonder, what makes that question "hot" and some of my other questions not? Some of my questions will have a lot of answers, and never make the 'hot' list, while others have 1 or 2 answers and appear on the list. Does it have to do with catagory? Phrasing? I'm so baffled.

 

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    Jesse Mugnier 4 years ago

    I agree with you, I think this is it. But shouldn't the hot questions be the ones with the most answers, page views and comments? I think that's how it should be. Thank you for answering!

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    Jesse Mugnier 4 years ago

    Thanks, I'd like to think that... Not sure though, I think there's more to it than that.

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    Jesse Mugnier 4 years ago

    Maybe. But my most popular question had 44 page views with 9 answers and still was not on the hot list... I just don't get it

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    Jesse Mugnier 4 years ago

    Thank you. I hope we figure it out. I think Sherry Hewins has it right.