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Why Can you Only Answer Certain Questions On WikiAnswers?


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Answered 2009-01-27 21:18:07

You can answer all questions. You just have to find out what category they are in, and Answer away!

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"WikiAnswers Local" is a placeholder category for questions about certain countries. No new questions should be added to the main "WikiAnswers Local" category.


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No, you can also answer people questions.


People usually answer questions on topics and subjects they are familiar with. In my case, that's Reptiles, Computers, Mathematics, Telephones, The UK and WikiAnswers. Some folks avoid answering certain questions because they might be uncomfortable with the topic (for example questions about sex or religion)


Yes , you can answer the questions on wikianswers.


WikiAnswers answers questions because they liked to help people who cannot answer certain questions. ... but sometimes, us Wikianswerers would like Wikiquestioners to do a bit of work for themselves - like doing their own term papers (!)


It depends when someone gets around to it. There are a lot of questions people have asked, and you have to hope someone goes to a certain category, and then to a certain question, and then knows the answer to that question. Like I did with your question. I browsed "New questions,"earlier, and now I'm browsing "Questions about WikiAnswers.Sometimes WikiAnswers can't answer all of your questions because real people at home on their computer can just decide to answer a question and maybe not want to answer the question you have asked.


Ask sensible questions, answer sensible answers, only answer questions if you know the question, and Wikianswers isn't here for jokes and riddles.


You can't. You can only ask a question or answer a question.


Only if people run out of questions.


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