It would be nice to have a "Back to Questions" icon when finished answering a question. Unless I am missing it I go back to my account then questions again. I also rated a current hub feature. It too could use such an icon.
Again, unless I am missing it which is entirely possible.
All you have to do is click on questions again.
Why would you go back to "my account"?
If you answer a question, it is completed in front of you. You have no reason to go clicking "my account", that would only bring you to your statistics page and be completely useless and further than where you want to be.
What are you talking about "rated a current hub feature"? And, that it needs an icon?
Please explain a little better?
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