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Routing a Question to a Particular SO Member or Members

Often, a particular question involves a two-three members ensuing a discussion but someone within the community may be better able to help but has not seen the question. In such case, is it possible to involve (or to bring to notice of) someone by referring the question to him/her.

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Find their email address, email them a link to the question. – CanSpice Mar 28 '11 at 17:55

Add a comment and tag their username.

However, I would not suggest always doing this, as many times there are other people who might be able to answer your question who you might not know of.

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I think the tagging only works if the user has participated in the question already. – Kate Gregory Mar 28 '11 at 18:01
    
@Kate, correct. I misread the question, I thought it was about getting the attention of one of the 2-3 members. – jzd Mar 28 '11 at 18:13

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