I thought I understood 'My Unresolved Discussions' but I guess I don't.

@WebMann (4732)
Canada
February 14, 2007 11:16am CST
I thought that if I were to respond to all responses in my discussion it would no longer be in the unresolved discussions but they are still there. Am I missing something here?
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5 responses
15 Feb 07
I was checking this feature out the other day. You know, i find it hard to choose who should get the best response as most the time theres at least 3 which deserve it. do you mind if i asked what you do in this case buddy? I personally hate giving it to friends but most of them are. (i don't have a problem as such but often it's the same person who adds the best response + adds to the discussion) =) ~Joey
@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
15 Feb 07
I have a tough time deciding at times myself. I always try to give the best response to the best, whether that is a friend or not, but when I have a tough choice and like you said sometimes there are three best ones. At that time I will choose a friend if there is only one friend in the three responses. I suppose I could flip a coin but I think at this time giving it to a friend is the right choice.
@kritipen (4085)
• United States
15 Feb 07
Same here. Even I am lost why some of my discussions are unresolved discussions. Hoping the best response things work out as many suggested, I tried on some of my un-resolved discussions and it didn't work. I will wait for other options and see if they work.
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@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
15 Feb 07
Yeah I think that works. Now I just have to go though 20 pages of pages. I am going to be busy for the next day or two now. :)
@cultoffury (1283)
• India
17 Feb 07
I have never tried to use the unresolved discussions, feature, I thought those are the discussions which has not been marked with the best response. But after reading this post, I know I am damn wrong. I will have now check what it is.
@nw1911guy (1135)
• United States
16 Feb 07
I think you have to actually rate one of them as the best answer in order for it to be resolved.
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@juls2me2 (2151)
• United States
15 Feb 07
I believe when you choose a "Best Answer" it resolves the discussion. Try that out an see what happens then.
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