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Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questionsImprove the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

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Remind new users to choose some answers?Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questionsImprove the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

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Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

Possible Duplicate:
Remind new users to choose some answers?
Improve the indication to askers that they can accept answers to questions

I have answered quite a few questions from new users on stackoverflow. I quite often get "thanks, that worked" comments, but no accept of my answer.

I'm curious whether people here think it might be a useful addition to stackoverflow to detect this type of situation and hint at the user to accept.

I think it could be conditioned on whether there has only been one answer and the user who asked the question upvotes (or possibly even if they haven't and enough other users have, let's say 2 or more)

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