When nobody answer, that means it is hard to understand the question or the question is beyond words to explain.
I once solicited advice for unclogging a bathtub -- never received a response. The question was pretty clear: Do you have any tips or advice on unclogging a bathtub that is slow to drain? It's still open in hopes a Master Plumber happens upon it
I close questions because now that they are on the subdomains you can see the traffic and most of my questions have been really slow in attracting any visitors. There are probably some exceptions but I'd guess you have to promote a question some or get a lucky hot topic that gets a lot of people responding.
That it was totally ignored and nobody answered it. Zero response.
Same as someone else said. Left it up for a month and no response. Thought it was a good question. Apparently, I was wrong.
And good luck pushing traffic to a question. I just sent 100 viewers to my question about Dick Clark & Apocalypse which I thought was at least thought provoking with no response. No one can be bothered to sign up. There has to be some reward o
by RandomThoughts... 5 years ago
Why was my question closed and removed after only a couple days?
by Loveslove 11 months ago
Why dont men ever give a straight answer to a straight question ?
by Sneha Sunny 7 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...
by paradigmsearch 6 years ago
It would be nice if the questions-stats page had a little tick mark or whatever indicating that we had closed the questions to new answers for whatever reason.Not a biggie and not worth it if it requires major programming time.
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 Christin Sander 5 years ago
Why do those who routinely ask questions to provoke atheists/agnostics do so?Some people here and elsewhere seem to constantly need to question atheists, only to not listen to the answers and belittle the very people they are asking questions of. Is that because they feel threatened by atheists?...
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