I asked for some assistance on the "The Workplace" Stack Exchange site recently. I got a great number of answers and ultimately accepted one of them. I understand we always want to have answers later on, because you never know they could actually be better than the accepted answer.
But...after a while it gets old. The number of notifications I get, comments, additional answers, etc. is overwhelming. I use the mobile app and continue to get more notifications and the fact that it became a hot network question didn't help. Is there a way I, as the OP, can mark one of my questions as "closed" right away and provide a comment such as "OP is requesting no additional answers or comments".
Basically I am happy with the answer - if it were Stack Overflow I can understand technology changes. But the workplace is pretty straightforward, and the answer holds true (in most cases).
How can I close this question - should I just flag a moderator and state I no longer want comments / answers?