The experience of putting a question to the community and seeing the answers flowing to your inbox is gratifying. And picking the ultimate answer for your question gives you the opportunity to share the outcome of your query with millions of people.
Yet for those indecisive people out there who can’t really make their minds up on a Best Answer, they can put their question up for voting and let the community decide.
Voting for Best Answer is a way to share your opinion and make a difference within the community. Not only do you help other members resolve their sticky situations or philosophical flounderings, you also gain points as you vote.
In his novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde wrote: “You know more than you think you know, just as you know less than you want to know.” Voting for Best Answer can help you master both. You can share your opinions and test your knowledge by resolving others’ problems. But you might also discover great new things by browsing undecided questions and judging which responses deserve to be chosen as Best Answer.
So, if you know a good indoor plant for the bathroom, are familiar with the best books for young adults, or have already explored which is the best LCD screen TV to buy, why not help the community now?
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