I was thinking it would be very helpful to have a "question completed" button that the person asking the question could press. That way people scrolling through looking to help somone can see who hasnt had their qeustion asked yet

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I was thinking it would be very helpful to have a "question completed" button that the person asking the question could press. That way people scrolling through looking to help somone can see who hasnt had their qeustion asked yet

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yeah it would save a bit of time :)
This is a good idea. :)
Who would press that button? The asker or the answerer?

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asker, when he gets answer, which he fully understands and don't need help anymore
Can we send an email to bug the asker to come back and either press "Complete" or "Send it to someone else,because I still can't understand" button?
you don't need to send email to anyone, just when person press button, then there should be some indication near his question. For example now we have: updated 3 hours ago . 1 Medal and we could have: updated 3 hours ago . 1 Medal . question answered So I just come and look through lists of questions and see oh all of them are answered except those 2 in the bottom, so I don't have to go and check every question by wasting time and finding that they already answered and I can just move on and help in those questions who weren't answered
I gave up with the figure. This would work for the answerer. But to your point, what would be helpful for the answer seeker? The questioner?
it actually wouldn't be helpful for the answer seeker, but it would be better for those who gives answers but there can made stupid conclusion that if helpers would waste less time on checking if it's already answered, they could answer more questions! :D
I claim that it would help both the people answering the questions and the people asking the questions. The people answering questions would have an easier time finding questions that still need to be answered. In turn, those asking questions will get more attention because the people answering questions will quickly be able to see that your question has not been answered yet.
yeah same thing as I said :P but it's.. meh :D

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