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What do you mean? o.O
It's so annoying when I have to close a question when it's unsolved, just to ask another question? Why can't I ask unlimited amounts of questions like before? I like the bumping part, but I don't like the open/close question? Is there a good reason for it?
Yes. People were flooding the site with questions instead of actually working with a helper on understanding the answers to the ones they were posting. This ensures you stay focused on one question that you can get help on. I'll let @darthsid ask any follow-up questions he wants on how the feature isn't working well for you. Protip, though: if you're getting N questions solved simultaneously, you're not going to be able to focus enough to learn much.
In recent weeks, we have taken a stance on learning, through community guidelines, a modified code of conduct and the close question feature. We want OpenStudy to be a place where people come to LEARN, not to get their homework done. Focusing on one question at a time increases engagement and learning - we've come to this conclusion by talking to users, students, teachers and everyone else under the sun. I understand that it can be annoying to close a question if it is unsolved. However, we've tried to provide you with tools to get your question solved. If your question is buried down, you can bump it. If your question is unclear, you can edit it. If you know someone who can answer it, you can mention them or private message them.
I completely agree with your suggestions. And by" N " , I literally dint mean N , that was just generalisation :p Answering along with questioning is the foundation of open study , but If Iam really in need of help from my fellow friends in more than 1 ques, then there should be atleast an add on feature , which would enable us to post more than 1 ques , but yea definately not N ques ! :p I experienced this problem and thats what motivated me to post this query. Also pardon me for anything that was not apt, and dear moderators its a genuine request please see if something could be done about it. Thanks.
And yea one more suggestion , a limited no of add ons should be available for all of us, and then extra could be awarded depending upon how often we answer :-)