Suggestion / my answers usage pattern

Hi guys,

When following a "conversation" on Answers, my usage pattern is the following:

1. Go to my profile (click on my name)

2. Click "newest answers"

3. Browse and check if the question has something new

(I disabled completely the notifications for obvious reasons)

Now, I want to ask your opinion before adding an impr on answers:

a) Is it ok for you if "newest answers" tab is selected by default ? Or we should ask for per-user customization ?

b) It would be nice if we could see directly from that list if something has been modified in the meantime. i.e. between page refresh, for instance (marked with a '*' or something).

What do you think?

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I thought it was worth reopening in case anyone else comes across this. You can set a preference for this. In your profile under Other Preferences is 'Always remember the sort order I apply to the lists I view.' Perhaps not the best title, but it'll remember which sort tab you last selected.

1 vote

Makes sense to have it as default. Atleast to me!

I use the recent activity tab to figure out which issues I want to revisit and then I troll the questions tab.

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