I'm not sure I understand why some requests are closed, and others aren't... HubPages requests, for example, from 6 months back... some are still open, some are closed. And it doesn't seem to have to do with how many responses they have either.
Hi Maddie -
Those older HubPages requests were actually from the old "IdeaBank". In order to keep the Idea Bank fresh back then, we frequently retired those topics that had been addressed by at least one good request.
If there's a topic you think you can do a great job on that ought to be reopened, let us know and we can reopen it for you.
by ProCW 10 years ago
I've had a few requests closed for me, yet again. I'm getting kind of discouraged with making requests. I thought requests are there for people to answer. How can they answer them if that anti-request bot automatically closes them? Just wondering.ProCW
by Maddie Ruud 10 years ago
I'd like to be able to search requests by keyword. Sometimes I know in the back of my mind that I saw a request for something, but don't want to scroll all the way back through every single posting to find it.The topic map is helpful, but sometimes the keyword I want doesn't always show up,...
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