Do The People Who Ask Questions Here Read The Answers Given To Their Questions?
I think many if not most do. But, I suspect some people just post questions for the sake of doing so and are not really interested in the answers.
many? too much if you ask me! Most of the people that post questions here do it in bulk and most of them don't makes sense. On every normal question asked here there are at least 5 nonsense spam questions, so, the ones that post legit questions surly check the answers, but spammers, nah!
I always read the answers to questions that I have posted. I only ask questions that I really want to know the answer to and have found answers to be very helpful. I have also answered a few questions and would like to think that it was useful to the person asking.
i read the answers to my questions because i love to see how others feel about things i write about. plus, asking a question and then not caring about the answers is kind of foolish.
I'm sure many do however it would be nice if they were to return to their question and acknowledge those who have taken the time to answer their question.
Good manners if nothing else !
Well I do, and I see that some other people do, but there seems to be a vast number of ridiculous questions being asked that don't even make sense, and I´m sure never get checked again. Having said that, I don't get many answers to my questions so it must be the way I ask them!!
I´m pretty sure I'd be right in saying there's a lot more questions being asked than valid answers being given.
Ask yourself this question, are you going to see if people answered your question? That's just my opinion if you have a question and want someones answers to it sure enough you will come back to see what people think!
i always read the answers to any questions i post.. i also go back and read the answers of other's who have posted on the questions I answered.. i get curious.
i think we owe it to our questioners and answerers to do so, otherwise why bother in the first place, right...
you also get to 'answer' your own question once... so use that opportunity wiseley or at least try to.. so that your answerers can benefit from it and know that you have read their replies
I do whats the piont of asking if your not gonna read the feedback
I know i do. Because the questions I ask, I really want answers for them.
I do. Otherwise it would be pointless to ask the question if you didn't want to know the answer~
Yes I do read the answer, might get delayed a bit but I do.
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Do you come up with a question a day?
by Faith Reaper 3 years ago
Why would someone ask a question on HP, when they can just google that particular question?
by A James Di Rodi 7 years ago
When you ask a question, do you expect an answer?
by Susannah Birch 5 years ago
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by FranYo 6 years ago
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