Meta just got a lot of questions on "Who is the expert?", "Can I keep them", all the way to plain jokes like "The expert saved me millions of dollars". Besides our main question on the subject, (What is "chat with an expert"?) I think we need to delete all of the many, many, duplicates. Can a mod/10k/everyone else please help start deleting these?
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Provide a good community-wiki answer to the main question that covers the commonly asked about topics related to the "Chat with an Expert" popup (what it is, how to get the transcript, how to get it back if you've dismissed it, etc) then start closing them all as duplicates.
That way users don't have to browse through a ton of disjointed "Chat with an Expert" posts to see if one exists that answers their question, as almost any "Chat with an Expert" post they click on will go to a single answer that will most likely contain the answer to their question.
This way we won't get repeats of the same (deleted) post, and no information will lost by deleting the duplicate posts. Also, we'd have one good wiki-styled answer we could keep it around for historical purposes.
Nothing wrong with a bit of fun, but I'd like to try to contain it.