I found an existing post where I wanted to post another question regarding the replies. Is it ok to answer the existing post or would it be better to post a new question and reference the existing post?
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So long as the question is truly different, ask a different question, while linking to the originally. Additionally, it is generally helpful if you explain why you're asking the new question. For example, what piece of your situation is different, or specifically what area do you need more detailed information on.