I looked around and could not find anyone asking this question, but it seems like something that I would think a lot of people would ask. So either I'm not navigating this site (in which case, a link to the discussion about this would be wonderful) or I am the only one?
Anyway, while browsing questions, or looking at questions I have asked, or questions I have answered, I sometimes feel like there should be a little sort of comment-like box, just like the comments under every answer and every question, but that are not specific.
What I mean is, let's say there is a question which has three answers, none of which have been accepted by the OP. And I would like to know which of them is actually "the answer" now. I feel that asking it under the OP question is wrong, and obviously asking it under any particular question is wrong, shouldn't there be a generic "comments" section for all questions, that aren't specific to the OP code or question, or any answer.
Often times the comments under the OP question can get very long and many unrelated or separate discussions are going on at once, and answer comments are never predictable.
There are many examples I could give, but I don't want to create a wall of text. I'm sure you can understand, my point and I would really like to know what people think about this. Or maybe there is already some sort of solution or acceptable method to my dilemma?
edit: in short I think there should be a feature which is a comment box just like under questions and answers that is not related to a question or an answer, that exists in each question.