How much time do you have to pick a "best" answer before the question you asked disappears?
I asked a question, and a lot of those who answered and I commented on just disappeared, and another posted an answer, but the rest who answered were no longer there. I did not delete.
All the questions you ever ask can be found at http://hubpages.com/my/questions/stats
They don't go away unless you delete them, and there is no set timeframe for picking a best answer.
Sometimes they are hidden or voted down and you have to look for them. I don't really know if it is like flagging or what.
Your Q&A dashboard also includes a page for every answer you've ever given, so those are easy to find too...
Okay, thanks. Well, all of the questions were answered and not voted down, but then I just could not find them after a while.
There is no time limit.
There are some questions from 8 months back that still show "pick best answer" in my account
I dont pick a best answer, because I do not want to offend someone. However some people answer the question better than others. Also I want to read the difference of opinions, sometimes the worst answer could be the best answer..if you know what I mean.
Right, Some questions I would have no clue as to what is the best answer or not, but some provide a more detailed answer than others. All the questions get answered, but then after a while I just do not see them, and I always comment on the answers
Good question and useful answers! I was hoping that questions didn't disappear once the "best" was selected.
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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
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