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Mysterious words in front of term
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PAS  Identity Verified
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Aug 26, 2005

On the question list I see the words "Good one!!" written in front of question

It's quite a normal question in all regards, so why is it so good that it merits a special description?

Confused, but not tragically,
Pawel Skalinski

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Brie Vernier  Identity Verified
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New option in Kudoz Aug 26, 2005


The new Kudoz layout (available only in the beta version right now) offers a new option: anyone considering the question can click the button "I think this is a good question", then you'll see the new icon in the list. If no one clicks it, the icon doesn't appear. Simple as that.



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PAS  Identity Verified
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Life's little secrets :-) Aug 26, 2005

Thanks for the answer. I toyed around with the beta, but I obviously haven't explored all aspects of the new design.

Thanks again,

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Claudia Alvis  Identity Verified
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Good or not good? Aug 26, 2005

I came up with this new feature when I posted an answer for a question. I hadn't read anything about this yet so I clicked on the info icon but nothing came up. On 'Other Options' it says: Check if you think this term should be marked as a good question. I assumed that in this case 'good' was synonym of 'acceptable'. Now I see that it's not.

From what I understand a 'good question' is more of an interesting question or useful question, "questions of particular interest" according to Henry. This feature will be explained soon.

See this thread:

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