Creating teams of question answerers
Thread poster: ITA_AS
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Local time: 09:16
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Dec 6, 2010

Hello
I use proz.com mainly to ask questions to professional translators.

However I have noticed that, for some areas/subjects/topics there are some "professional answers", who answer all my questions and in most cases their answer does not make sense.
They may do this in order to catch points (but I wonder what they do need these for).
In any case, they are quite annoying.

I asked proz.com if there was a way to "ban" these answerers from my question, but they told me that there is not (so what are you waiting for in order to add this simple filter?).

They suggested to create teams of answerers. Ok. But... how do I do it?

Many thanks in advance to all the people that can help me.
Kind Regards
Alberto S.


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Natalie  Identity Verified
Poland
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Hi Alberto Dec 6, 2010

All relevant information can be found here:
http://www.proz.com/faq/networking.html#translation_teams

Please note that only site members can create a team.

HTH,
Natalia


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