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If you helped someone, post a link here to share. We'll celebrate it together.
There are too many links :) Though I will celebrate the other's one :)

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This is good, but the prime example I am looking for is an Ambi talking to a new user and helping them come onboard. This is a challenge because you have to identify the new users, and then figure out how to tell them that. As you can see this is not about reporting abuse. But a more positive outreach. Anyone have good examples? @mathslover - just post one link even if you have many! @karatechopper
Sorry I posted three links!!!
i like this your best one, only one please, I want to see how you all are coming along with this process..!
What a nice example of a new user interaction! Thanks folks.
Sometimes users encounter or come up with misconceptions or any wrong solutions. It is our job to guide them properly . In the following link, the answer given by neetzID was correct but something was missing that is 'perfect way' to do the problem. If we teach the users / askers something that is right according to his/her level/age but becomes wrong as he/she goes to high level problems then definitely , we are not helping the users properly. It's not only helping but also guidance. That's what we call a perfect help . When I saw the solution of the user then I thought about something was missing there and that was a perfect way to do the problem. I presented my solution in a meaningful manner and was glad that the asker understood it.

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