The problem is that I have received so many good answers to the question I posed about Donald Trump & why Republicans seem to ignore his many negatives. I'm wondering why it isn't possible to choose more than one answer as best answer & let the authors of those 2 or more best answers share the limelight, so to speak. Further, why can't there be a 2nd & 3rd best answer, or even some honorable mentions? What do my fellow hubbers think about this? Do you agree that it would be nice to have more designations for good answers so that more people get credit when they give a good answer?
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Thank you Shyron! Clear from other answers no one else read the entire question. With so many people continually shooting from the hip, is it any wonder our world is so screwed up?
You should have read the entire question.
I was hoping that if enough hubbers agreed, the powers that be might expand on the possibilities. You see, we do earn a slight amount on questions that are popular, and the person who gets best answer gets a little more than the others who respond.
That's all news to me! So, instead of 3 cents it's 4?? LOL Wow.
Was just now reading up on earnings from Q&A. Questioner receives some earnings but not clear if people who respond do or not. Haven't got that far, but I did hear a few months ago that they did, and best answerer supposedly got a tiny bit more
There can be many great responses and I have felt challenged to put best answer. Maybe choosing our own system as you suggested Paula could be the way to go. Food for thought...
ThreeKeys, currently only one person can receive credit for the best answer. Nothing I say in compliments will add to their accolades or their earnings. I hoped other hubbers might like to see expanded options also.
The reason picking a best answer is important (IMHO) is because that person will receive a slightly larger part of the income the question generates, plus they will get an accolade for having best answer if they achieve that 10 or more times.