do you always mark a best response in every topic you have?
September 12, 2009 8:16pm CST
hi friends, i have scanned all my topics yesterday and upto now, those unresolved topics, i noticed that i don't even gave a best response to the responders of my topic.. that's why i gave them just yesterday only, it's very delayed.. , so now in every topic i will make, i will surely choose one response to be mark directly, so i can resolve directly my unresolved topics always.. how about you?? do you mark it always or seldom also? feel free to anser and thank you in advance..
• United States
13 Sep 09
I actaully have not been doing this as it slipped my mind. Now I have so many to go back through and I keep posting new discussions! Every day I am trying to mark a few of the older discusiions, but I do not think I will ever get them all marked
27 Sep 09
Hi Jane, When I make a discussion then I rate everyone because they have taken time out to answer my discussion, sometime I have made a BR with a lot of discussions but there are also a lot that I haven't and more often than not just forget they are there, lol...LoLo
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
13 Sep 09
hi jane. i don't think you or we have to hurry in giving the best response. although if you feel that your query had been answered already, or that it satisfies you, you can do it even if there is just one response received. of course, i also give best response to me discussions, but most of the time, i wait for some times. there are so many of mine that remains unresolved up to this time. that's because i want to make sure that i will be awarding the true best response given. there are some that i wait for the topic to pull some more responses, because i feel that i am not yet satisfied. neil
• Garden Grove, California
13 Sep 09
hi janebeth yes as I get around to it, I like to wait'a week in case some people are on vacations or have to work a lot'this way it gives people a time to look at my discussions and decide'whether or not they wish to respond.then I do mark' a best response.