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Changing user asking question

Is it possible to use Questions for Confluence and ask for another user?


Use Case: We have "Meet the Admins" meetings, where users might ask questions and admins answer them. It would be great if we could ask a question in the name of the user and fill out the answer right away.

Best regards,


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Fabienne Gerhard
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Jul 05, 2018 • edited

That's interesting - I would love to have something like that.

We created a user question who posts all questions that comes in via email - or is it important that you have the name of the user?

We found out that it is more comfortable for users when they know that there name won't be shown. And the question-admin that posts the questions can choose the right topics more easily.

I will watch this topic because I would also love a better solution for that.

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