How do I reply to a question that I asked?
I don't know if it's against the rules to "answer...this question" to reply to anyone who has responded. Oh and if we aren't allowed to reply, I want to thank you ahead of time for answering
you can post 1 answer to your question but after that you need to write a hub.
Yes, it's just what nightwork4 has said. You also have the power to 'close' a question for new answers. It can be found here:
You can reply but you can reply only once. So make sure you reply at the right time because you cannot edit your answer after 10 minutes anymore.
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