Someone asked me a question that I really can't write a whole hub about, but the space below the question says - closed to answers. Do I just ignore the asker? If I email her, won't I expose my email to a stranger?
If you don't want her/him to see your personal email address, then yes, you'll have to ignore it. The best you can hope for is that they will read your post here.
Yeah, I've answered some questions on people's fan mail box. If it's someone I 'know' that's different.
by Rik Ravado 8 years ago
The new Feed Facility (that I quite like) means I become aware of loads of really silly questions that new 'hubbers' are asking. Unfortunately I find myself replying with equally silly answers (I know its childish!). There is a facilty to flag questions and I guess that it what I should...
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 goddess888 7 years ago
I asked a question but it did not appear on the questions that I asked and it is closed to new answers. But I got the link:http://hubpages.com/question/124794/wha … p-site?newSo I was just wondering what happened?Thanks!
by Bob Ewing 7 years ago
If someone asked you this question: "How can I help?" what would you say\/What would you say if asked the question by someone you do not know?
by BobbiRant 7 years ago
Why so many religious questions suddenly?Is this all of a sudden the 'God' pages? Why so many God questions. I don't look here, in this place for religious answers.
by Sneha Sunny 6 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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