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SUGGESTION: If you are part of the Mechanical MOOC course, could you label your questions #mMOOC? and if you're part of the EdX MIT 6.00x course, could you use the hashtag #edX? If your question is course-specific, labeling it will help your classmates find you, and you'll get better answers.

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  1. strangefyr
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    #mMooc - good idea :)

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  2. jasonlee_1
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    yes nice idea!!! I will try to tell LOTS of people.

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  3. JohnSilva
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    i think that's a very good ideia and i'm already seeing people using it, nice. it should be a manner of simple common courtesy to state what ur question is adressing and refering to, and maybe an hashtag makes it more clear to everyone K.I.S.S.

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  4. inicoud
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    Great idea.

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  5. msmithhnova
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    Yes, questions should say what course they pertain to since there are obviously people here doing several different things. Using hash tags or similar is very helpful to get a good response.

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  6. sportyguy1
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    great suggestion :)

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  7. sportyguy1
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    What does a hash (#) mark do? Is it similar to an HTML bookmark symbol?

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  8. scholz
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    On some platforms, like Twitter, hashtags aid in searching. Here it's just a way of labelling your question. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hashtag

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