Why don't we have a HubChallenge to clean out the Unanswered Questions? That could be fun since some of them have been sitting there for so long.
Sounds like a good idea. two birds with one stone type of thing
But they better wait a while until the ruffled feathers over the Hub Challenge settle down...maybe a year?
True. They could wait awhile and then do it again for the unanswered questions. Though for the unanswerable, I know that there are some really good hubbers out there that can right a good satrical reply.
I agree the unanswerable ones is always open for interpretation for one with a imagination out there lol
by cascoly 8 years ago
why can't we sort unanswered msgs by date posted? they appear random;ly, and i'm not interested in questions that havent been answered in 8 monthsi searched for this topic but didnt find any relevant previous topics; sorry if i've duplicatedsteve
by Meredith Loughran 5 years ago
I troll through the Hot Questions, the Best Questions and the Unanswered Questions.In my short time here I have really enjoyed getting a glimpse at another hubber. I've found many people I follow that way. What I've noticed though is a great deal of SPAMMY questions. Are the...
by Liz Elias 18 months ago
How many other of my fellow writers here come up with oddball wonderings, and out-of-the-blue weird questions? How many of you have rapid-fire brains that come up with multiple oddball and unrelated questions within a few moments of time?Well, at the risk of being thought weird, here are...
by deergha 6 years ago
Do you try to reply the unanswered questions here?Or you prefer to answer the best or hot questions here?
by A James Di Rodi 8 years ago
Do you like answering (hot) (latest) (best) or (unanswered) questions?
by Anish Patel 6 years ago
What kind of questions get answered the most?Have you noticed that some answers go unanswered while others get hundreds of answers? What kind of questions do you like to answer and what kind of questions in your opinion get answered the most?
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