Carniel
  • Carniel
OpenStudy users if you see anyone post a question in the wrong group plz direct them to the right one. Also don't answer the question he or her asked in that current group. Thx for the cooperation ^_^
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lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
let's trick them respondents by saying they'll get more points if they \(\small \textbf{*respond*}\) in the right group. that'll surely make them \(\small \textbf{*respond*}\) in the right group
Carniel
  • Carniel
Lol thats lying to them xD
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol uhhhm Carniel? I appreciate your help and stuff, but nothing says we can't help them even if they are in the wrong group. If I know how to help them I will, while also telling them how to find more subjects. I don't just give them the link to the subject they want but tell them how to find it.

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lgbasallote
  • lgbasallote
okay im not sure about what im going to say write now. it's just my hypothesis: i \(\small \textbf{*think*}\) the reason people tell askers to post in the right group is for organization purposes. they would like the questions related to a specific subject kept in that subject. i think this is because if a person has a similar problem then he'll check thegroup first. for example someone posts a chemistry problem in math group. maybe another user with the same question is looking at the chemistry group for this question but cannot find it because it was put in the math group. my point is i support you @carniel this is just my feedback though. im not saying this is accurate or precise.
Carniel
  • Carniel
@lgbasallote Thx for the support ^_^ @Rebeccacaskell94 Read what he said :3

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