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This is for Openstudy, like suggestions you'd think would improve Openstudy, or telling the mods about bugs you've found, or questions about the Code of Conduct or questions about when you should report someone or whatever :D [sometimes, there are even questions about questions :o ]
Its a forum for open study with a bit of fun ! Open Study is truly ULTIMATE ! :-)))
This group, like LIADG pointed out above, is specifically for any feedback, suggestions and comments you have about your experience with OpenStudy.

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Simple answer: It's for giving suggestions and feedback.
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