How many best answers have you selected for questions that you asked on the hubpages?
I just went through today and selected a best answer for all of the questions I've asked. I think there were eleven of them.
I've got 36 questions with answers, I've chosen best answers for 10 of them. Some don't have a good answer, and some have so many good answers it's hard to choose the best one.
ZERO. On several questions, there are multiple answers equal in quality. Not sure I like the idea of rating them!
I probably will review them again. Perhaps there are a couple that have outstanding answers.
I've picked 14 out of the 19 questions I've asked. I'm going to try to finish them up tomorrow. I don't like leaving things unfinished lol.
I have awarded 2 so far. I have over 100 questions though so it will take a while. Some will never have a BA because there are too many that I feel are equally well answered. I wish they made an option of worst answer because quite often that is easier than best answer.
I'm keeping it on hold as I wait for that perfect answer that I feel is yet to show up. I'm not finding it easy at all. I wish one could reverse their choice when the best answer comes by with the responses going to 1000. It is a daunting task.
I’ve chosen 5 best answers out of 14 of my questions.
It’s not always so easy to choose a best answer. I agree with @peeples that sometimes there are several that are equally well answered. When I feel they are all equally helpful as answers, I just can't pick any as best.
I also avoid selecting one as best when I only have a few answers, I’d rather wait for more people to get a chance to add their viewpoints, just in case a better answer comes along.
by Ari Lamstein 7 years ago
Hello Hubbers,We thought you would like to know that the "Best Answer" feature, which was first described in this blog post:http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/06/best-answer/has now been released. We hope that you enjoy it!Ari
by Susan Britton 6 years ago
Why is it necessary to choose the best answer on my questions? I think this should be abolished.Why do I need to pick the best answers to my questions. I am having a hard time with this. My fellow hubbers give such good comments and answers I feel someone will feel negelected if I choose the wrong...
by Jeremy Gill 2 years ago
Anyone feel twinges of guilt about Best Answers?May be silly, but if there are multiple well-made answers to a question of mine, I may feel guilty about selecting one as Best Answer. Theoretically, we're all professionals and thick-skinned, but I imagine many Hubbers are secretly hurt by...
by Novel Treasure 6 years ago
Do you select "Best Answer" on all your questions? Why or why not?Many people don't know that there is a hub accolade for having your answer selected as the best answer. I was just curious to see how many people who asks questions, take the time to select the best answer.
by Faith Reaper 3 years ago
Would you delete a question you posed if it had 156 answers and 2, 404 views so far when ...?I need feedback as I had recently posed a question which, apparently, is a "hot" topic question, and I am thrilled so many answered the question and it has so far produced views into the...
by Mike Pugh 7 years ago
How much time should you give before rendering the 'best answer' to a Hubber?Us Hubbers now have the option to award fellow Hubbers who are very helpful at answering questions here in the Q&A section, what do you think is a fair time to give many other potential answers you may...
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