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Sure, it's a good reason to flag the answer as low-quality answer or in need of moderator intervention based on the type of answer. Once Moderators received your flag, we will take the correct action to approve or reject this flag based on the situation. You can also raise a flag for the question itself in case it was duplicated and the same answer will ...


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First of all, I handle no disputes via informal channels (LinkedIn is not one of the formal communication channels for this community), hence I just clicked the button "I'm not interested". Secondly, and at the core here: Your answers only exists to promote your own browser extension, the promotion is the only thing in your answers, it is not just a part ...


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It is totally fine to add links to your blog in your posts. But, your answers should by them self answer the question. You should not have to click on the link to grasp what you proposes, and how to implement the solutions suggested. The link should only be supplied as a reference, and to provide really detailed instructions or similar. Your answer should ...


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I use the favorite functionality for this actually. When I see a question I want to answer, but lacks the time to do so, I mark them as favorites. Later, when I revisit the questions (and hopefully answered..) I unmark them as favorites to avoid them drowning the questions I have marked as favorites for other reasons.


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First of all it is great that you want to help other. That is the very baseline of the StackExchange network. By asking questions and answer question users who put valuable posts here get up-votes from other users. It’s harder here than on other networks, but eventually users earn reputation point. Reputation points give access to higher privileges, such as ...


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I read the answer and understood how this could be used in other similar scenarios. In addition, since I gained knowledge from your post, others are likely to benefit as well. A lot of our questions and answers are very localized and specific. This doesn't mean others can't benefit from these posts. In SharePoint you sometimes need to be very specific, ...


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