resolved discussions

United States
May 28, 2007 9:51pm CST
Resolving a discussion for those who aren't familiar is when the person who started the post has decided who is the best response. I was just thinking about something while I was resolving a couple of discussions I started, do you tend to shy away from posts that have been resolved? or do you still post even when you have no chance of getting best response?
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@derek_a (10897)
29 May 07
I have still posted to discussions that have been resolved by others. If there is something that I consider to be of value to share, or if my experience can help in any way. I haven't resolved any of my disucussions yet, and thought I would do so at the end of the month, the last day of the month. It is not a task that I think I am going to find very easy though. :-)
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@carolscash (9500)
• United States
29 May 07
I still respond to the discussion if it is something that I have something to share about it or if I have a comment about it. I don't think that it matters that you can't have the best response. We get paid for the responses even if it isn't picked as the best one.