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How can I erase my question on yahoo anwers?

How can I erase my question on yahoo anwers? Topic: No homework awards
June 20, 2019 / By Otniel
Question: Is it possible to erase my questions? HOW???? somebody said to go to the toolbar, but I can't find where the toolbar is.... PLS TELL MEEE
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Lester Lester | 3 days ago
The only way to remove a question now is if it received no answers, that includes reported for violations and possibly where the answer was self deleted. That was removed due to what many complained about, especially from the homework questions where they would answer it, only to have the asker get the answer. Then the asker would delete the question, without awarding a best answer for the effort of those who answered it correctly.
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Lester Originally Answered: How can I erase my question on yahoo anwers?
The only way to remove a question now is if it received no answers, that includes reported for violations and possibly where the answer was self deleted. That was removed due to what many complained about, especially from the homework questions where they would answer it, only to have the asker get the answer. Then the asker would delete the question, without awarding a best answer for the effort of those who answered it correctly.
Lester Originally Answered: How can I erase my question on yahoo anwers?
I think you can only erase your question before someone else answers. I tried deleting a question today, and it wouldn't let me. And unless the question violates the rules, Yahoo! won't delete it. I found this quick short answer from yahoo help: http://help.yahoo.com/l/mye/yahoo/answer...

Jamin Jamin
I think you can only erase your question before someone else answers. I tried deleting a question today, and it wouldn't let me. And unless the question violates the rules, Yahoo! won't delete it. I found this quick short answer from yahoo help: http://help.yahoo.com/l/mye/yahoo/answer...
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Jamin Originally Answered: Yahoo Answers question. How is a question "closed"?
There are 3 kinds of questions-open--in voting and resolved- Choosing a best answer will resove a question and it will be closed-When a majority vote chooses a best answer in voting then the question is resolved. :::::::::To choose a best answer to a question you have asked---Wait four hours after you post your question, click your avatar, this will bring you to your profile page. scroll down to your "my questions":::::click that and your questions come up, click the one you want::::There will be a blue bar under each answer you got that says choose as best answer::::Click on that blue button if you want to choose that answer as best answer, a new page comes up ::::Then you rate it 1-5 stars and write a comment in the space provided.. Click OK and it's Done::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Yo... receive 3 points for choosing and the best answer gets 10 points and 1 extra for each thumbs up to a total of 50 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::... A question goes to voting if you have not chosen a best answer after 4 days....Then you can vote for best answer and receive one point but there is no guarantee that the one you think is best will be chosen as the answer with the most votes will get best answer.... You can also vote no best answer (no points given) and if that is the question with the most votes it is removed and the posters 5 points are returned.....Any level can choose best answer for a question they have asked and any level can vote on any questions in voting.
Jamin Originally Answered: Yahoo Answers question. How is a question "closed"?
Well...it's called "resolving a question" and yes, it's most definitely related to picking a best answer. That's how you resolve a question. You have to wait 4 hours minimum in order to resolve a question.

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