anonymous
  • anonymous
I have a Question about the "Good answer" button... when u click it it makes all the replies the person said a good answer.. but what if you don't like all of what they have said just only certain replies? I think you shouldn't cancel out all the good answer ones just the one u clikd tht was good.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There's actually going to be some major changes coming to medals pretty soon, so, short answer, this probably won't be happening for a while, if ever. One of the engineers may come in and correct this however, as they know what exactly is in the pipeline.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ty.
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
Correct. We don't consider a single post to be a user's answer. We consider the entirety of their interaction in the question to be their answer. As Laura said, we're about to make some pretty sizable changes to how medals work, but that won't mitigate this particular “problem”. It's your call whether you want to give them a good answer medal if they've mostly been giving bad interactions.

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