Why would an question with multiple answers no longer show up in the answers list?
Why would a question that has been asked and I can get to from my profile history page not show up in the answers list? It was a totally harmless question asked by a hubber that was getting an error message when trying to publish, as am I. It had two answers to it that I know of. Does anyone know what is up?
I'm not sure. However, I asked a question the other day and it posted to the list. Suddenly it went away and I haven't seen it since. There may have been an issue with the number of questions I asked. I may have reached my limit and there was a lag in the system reporting the limit. Great Question!
It was the "weird error" question. But, the error itself is a non-issue now. In case anyone else is having that problem, the way I got around it was to switch browsers. Actually, I downloaded Mozilla Firefox and am currently surfing under it instead of IE. I hope that helps someone else. I have not gone back to the list of answers since as I have been working on the hub it is now allowing me to publish. Thank you all so much for responding.
I have asked questions too lately and not seen it nor got a notice that it was removed. ?
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