Can we have subtopics in 'Physics' section as well?
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What subsections do you suggest?
- Heat and Thermodynamics
- Sound and Waves
- Electricity and Magnetism / Electromagnetism
- Modern Physics
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I will be thankful if you'll work further on my request of adding Sub-topics on Physics. :)
Only problem is...
Physics itself has very less people coming in to answer questions let alone asking questions. :/
No Goformit, this is not ambi- appropriate to spam everyone
I agree with @AkashdeepDeb
I don't think it's too bad of an idea. I mean, you'll see all of the questions when you go to the main section anyway.
So why does the user traffic matter? It's just one way to specify what you are studying as you ask a question.
Unfortunately, I see many math questions that could be in sections but aren't.
Uhh.. Go0d idea :)
@saifoo.khan Please look to this Idea.^
unfortunately, ppl here seems rarely to ansur or come in Physics .
Although the Idea itself was good , @AkashdeepDeb & @Machida are right , there isn't nearly enough demand for physics as of now
True, there is much more demand for subtopics in biology
Is demand an important considering when deciding to introduce subtopics?