How to understand Forums?
I just went through the Forum section of HubPages. I quite don't know how to understand it though. And what exactly are they meant for?
Meant for everything just like a discussion room. You can create own topics or reply to others
Forums is a place where you can ask anything or help others out. Example for Q&A (this section), you can only ask and reply once. Alike forum, you can actually as many times as you want or update the questions as many time as you want.
Hope this clears out your question.
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