1. You type your question and press Enter/Return.
2. A screen appears, so you can elaborate your question and explain what you mean.
3. You place a tick in the box if you wish to add a photo.
Having checked your question has not been answered:-
4. Now you have to choose from a list; all sorts of categories and sub-categories come up highlighted in blue.
The problem I am having is here at this point. Invariably I click on anything, then when no. 5 comes up. I have to click start over every time almost.
My point is thus: Would it not be easier to just list all the main subjects in no.4. Then people can just add the sub-categories in no.5. This seems a more logical way to go about it because at the moment it seems to be just a load of random nonesense being churned which totally threw me in my early days.
Thanks. And that can be OK. But not when no word seems to relate to it. I still think just listing all main categories without sub-categories at no.4. would be easier. Once you confirm "no, it has not been answered".
I've been knownto get categories like Autos... and filled with other non-relatable subjects, I have never once written on that subject.
by jg156301 8 years ago
i couldn't find it in the help section, so i thought i might as well ask it in the forums.
by Kate McBride 4 years ago
I have asked a question before but I cannot remember how I accessed the page to do so.I am not really new here but would appreciate some directions on this. Thank you
by Muneer A. Saleh 7 years ago
How do i ask a question, i've been searching for a while now?
by Lovelli Fuad 9 days ago
I couldn't find the ask a question capsule when I was drafting my article today. I'm wondering if this capsule is discontinued or is there a glitch on my dashboard. Does anybody have any idea what happened to it?
by paradigmsearch 8 years ago
StumbleUpon seems to work. Just a note.
by naijenni 19 months ago
I would ask him, how are you coping with the pressures of the society below?
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