QnA is meant to ask questions which encourage people to write short answers, or may be new hubs. I read somewhere that you can also use questions to research about the hub - you could ask for opinions of people about a certain topic, or may be generally ask for pointers - information about something you'd like to include in your Hub. If not , what have you used this tool like this? What do you generally use it for, apart from just for the sake of using it. If yes, was your 'survey' useful? What disappointed you? What were the best answers that really helped you? #ShareYourQuestionStory
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Wow, that's a great way to utilize questions. I've myself found that other people's perspectives help to broaden your own - and might suggest a few more angles then you've already thought. :)
Well, nice opinions and perspective - but - the question was about 'your' (the repliers) story when you asked questions (if at all you did) to research about your hub :(
I never asked a questions as a form of research, however, some answers to questions have given me ideas for hubs that I research myself.
Again, nice opinions and perspective - but - the question was not about whether the hubpages QnA is being used judiciously or not. It was more of a "share what happened when" kind of thing meant for sharing experience with great or not good answers