There's something I am wondering about. Many people respond to my questions and provide super detailed solutions. But I can choose only one solution.
- is it important/appreciated to assign solution? I think it is on stack...
- if you have many solutions, how do you choose?
(I looked in the code of conduct )
As far as I know, the only impact that choosing a solution has is:
- It displays a next to the post, so people know it has been answered.
- It adds a link in the first post of the thread to the chosen solution.
I don't think it's bad etiquette on this forum to not select a solution (and it's certainly not against the CoC!). Doing it is just a nice way to highlight which post was helpful in resolving your issue
... and that's a solution!
It’s also tracked on the user page of the person who posted the solution:
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