I often see new users who are 15-20 days old in Stack Overflow with 15+ reputation and have asked 4-5 or more questions and accepted few of them but never cast a single vote. Is it okay to educate such new users about casting vote? If yes how to educate them? (any specific link?)
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Education is always a good idea. As long as you don't give them the idea that they are required to upvote or accept your post.
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It is always best to teach new users about voting.