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Is it possible to give medals for good questions?If yes,how?because the good question button is not there.......

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No. There are only questions (not good or bad) . Well this feature is not a feature yet anyways. I have seen talk of it, but I haven't seen any posts about action being made on this. There is only the best explanation.
you can medal the asker IF he comments on the post though ^_^ but that would mean being unable to medal other respondents so use it wisely :S
Sometimes I medal the asker if he participates and he puts in more participation than someone, who is not the asker, has into their explanation .

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i usually medal the asker when im the one teaching and i see that the asker is not an answer fiend :S hehe lol

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