Is there a simpler way to get to the "Ask A Question" box from your "My Account" page?
I seem to be clicking through at least 4 different pages to get to that question box.
My account and then click activity and your questions , your answers to questions will appear too. Your question ,,, is the spot to ask your question, This is the only way I know of . Hope that helps.
No, you just click "answers," how could you possibly want or need anything more simple?
thanks Wesman. I would not have tought to click Answers in order to ask a Question. It is clear that I am not the only person who has been a bit confused on this navigation.
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