How do you select the topic for your question?
Sometimes it's difficult to choose the right topic, or FAQ, but finding the right one is important, so that those who can give a good answer can find it quickly. The mechanism is quite simple. After you confirm the phrasing of the question, you'll be given a chance to select the FAQ/topic of the question. Clicking on the main FAQ will show a list of subtopics, some of which may have subtopics of their own. Click the radio button next to the topic that most applies to the question. Later you'll have the chance to add other FAQs (up to 3) to the question. Sometimes finding the right one takes a while. If all else fails, you can just dump it into the Miscellaneous category and let a Supervisor find the right FAQ(s). As a Supervisor, though, I can say we appreciate askers making their best guess up front. :)
There is no difference between moving a question to another topic and editing its FAQs. Every question appears in at least one FAQ (i.e. topic section). For example, this question is in the "Questions about WikiAnswers Website" category. This appears in the location bar at the top as "Location: Answers.com > WikiAnswers > Categories > Miscellaneous > Questions about WikiAnswers Website > What is the difference between moving a question to a different topic and…
You fully support a topic by giving details that explain, describe, or define it. List facts that prove the topic. Explain what the topic means to you. Describe everything that you can. One trick is to mentally change your topic sentence into a question - if each of your sentences "answers" that question, then they are fully supporting it.
Log into your PayPal account, select Contact Us, then Email Us. Under Select a Topic, choose "My Account" and then "Downgrade Account" (if available) or "Changing Account Type". Summarise you question in box 3 - e.g. I would like to downgrade my account - and use the Continue button. You can only downgrade your account once.
A sub-topic is a phrase that identifies a section or part of your essay or paper. Subtopics are made from the words and phrases that you select to describe, label, explain, or group your information. For Example: If your topic is WikiAnswers, your sub-topics would be all the names of the categories and the sub-categories underneath each of those.