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Hi everyone so i was thing, maybe if OS could like put under the questions asked by OS users if the question has ben answered or not i think this would not only make it eaiser for the questioner but for the people who are willing to help and can see "they already got help" so ill move on type thing? Im not to sure if this a good idea but i love OS and im willing to put my thoughts out there to make OS a easier site and a better place!!

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There used to be something like that before the "closed questions" section was coded up. Now, when a question has a sufficient answer, the asker closes it. Of course there are abuses of this as well; but thats the main concept of having the open and closed groups.
@amistre64 is right, but your idea is better, it'll be more convenient. By the way, the questions also say whether there has been a medal given there yet.

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