`This question is closed to new answers'. What does it mean?
When you ask a question, you will have the option to close the answers. This is helpful when the right answers are already provided and sufficient. Once a question is closed for new answers, no body else can answer that question any more.
It usually means that someone asked a really stupid question.
by Aditya 7 years ago
I just created a new question. I have not mentioned the link on purpose as it might break some forum rule.And the question is coming automatically closed for new answers. Did I do something wrong?How can I fix this issue?I have tried reading faq and search the learning center but without much...
by Deborah Neyens 7 years ago
I wrote a question on the difference between m.facebook.com and facebook.com as a traffic source. When I tried to publish the question I got a message saying it was closed to new answers. I then asked the same question on the "Need help? Ask here" forum and got an answer right...
by Christin Sander 4 years ago
Should the Q&A section automatically close questions after a certain amount of time?I think that leaving questions open indefinitely may be the reason we see the same questions over and over again in this section. Would it improve user experience and make this section more interactive if...
by freecampingaussie 7 years ago
Why do good answers get voted down ?Why are answers that have nothing wrong with them getting voted down ?If the subject is sex every answer seems to get voted down ? Is it someone who hates sex & can't handle the fact that a lot of us do ?If that is the case then wouldn't it be better not...
by nightwork4 8 years ago
why is a question i just asked closed to new answers?i asked a question and it didn't appear on the board so i re-asked it and it said it was now closed to new answers. should i bet getting a complex here?
by Sneha Sunny 7 years ago
Recently I wanted to ask a question but when I submitted that it showed "closed for new answers". Neither I can see that I've asked a question on my "hubtivity". I don't know whether it's visible to others or not but I can't see it. I checked on the questions asked by me in...
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