I just submitted a question and before I did it came up with a complete guide on how to ask a question. Is this new?
Is there a matrix that guides me when I should use the forum verses when I should ask a question?
Probably an unspoken one. In addition to what the guide says, I'd guess the following:
If outside visitors via the search engines would be interested, make it a question.
If most of the interest would be just fellow Hubbers, make it a forum post.
Good a hypothesis as any until HP says otherwise.
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