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New Verbal Feature: Request Expert Reply


As a part of the latest Verbal Focus initiative, we have released a new feature to the Verbal forums - Request Expert Reply.

It is just like having your own personal tutor!

If a questions is not clear to you or you think it needs expert attention, use the Expert Reply button (If a question needs moderator attention such as missing tags or OA, please use the "Report Post" button - Image in the bottom right corner)

Here is what you need to know:
1. We have added a new button at the bottom of every verbal question (screenshot below)
2. You have 3 requests per day; after 24 hrs, the number of requests resets
3. Verbal Experts will visit verbal forums and respond to the questions with the most requests. The questions with the most requests will have a negative number next to them in the ER column (screenshot below)
4. You can sort the topics by clicking the Expert Reply column header to see the questions that have the most requests
5. Some folks have reported being unable to use the button ("nothing happens when I click the button") that is due to browser cache. If you are having an issue, hit the F5 button a few times on the page or even CTRL+F5 to clear the cache. It should work just fine afterwards



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Re: [New Verbal Forums Feature] Request Expert Reply [#permalink]

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New post 24 Nov 2016, 18:15
bb wrote:

New Verbal Feature: Request Expert Reply


As a part of the latest Verbal Focus initiative, we have released a new feature to the Verbal forums - Request Expert Reply.

It is just like having your own personal tutor!

If a questions is not clear to you or you think it needs expert attention, use the Expert Reply button (If a question needs moderator attention such as missing tags or OA, please use the "Report Post" button - Image in the bottom right corner)

Here is what you need to know:
1. We have added a new button at the bottom of every verbal question (screenshot below)
2. You have 3 requests per day; after 24 hrs, the number of requests resets
3. Verbal Experts will visit verbal forums and respond to the questions with the most requests. The questions with the most requests will have a negative number next to them in the ER column (screenshot below)
4. You can sort the topics by clicking the Expert Reply column header to see the questions that have the most requests
5. Some folks have reported being unable to use the button ("nothing happens when I click the button") that is due to browser cache. If you are having an issue, hit the F5 button a few times on the page or even CTRL+F5 to clear the cache. It should work just fine afterwards



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Wonderful feature bb
This seems to match with the concept I had in my mind.
Lets try doing this and use it to the maximum advantage.
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Re: [New Verbal Forums Feature] Request Expert Reply [#permalink]

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New post 21 Apr 2017, 03:39
bb wrote:

New Verbal Feature: Request Expert Reply


As a part of the latest Verbal Focus initiative, we have released a new feature to the Verbal forums - Request Expert Reply.

It is just like having your own personal tutor!

If a questions is not clear to you or you think it needs expert attention, use the Expert Reply button (If a question needs moderator attention such as missing tags or OA, please use the "Report Post" button - Image in the bottom right corner)

Here is what you need to know:
1. We have added a new button at the bottom of every verbal question (screenshot below)
2. You have 3 requests per day; after 24 hrs, the number of requests resets
3. Verbal Experts will visit verbal forums and respond to the questions with the most requests. The questions with the most requests will have a negative number next to them in the ER column (screenshot below)
4. You can sort the topics by clicking the Expert Reply column header to see the questions that have the most requests
5. Some folks have reported being unable to use the button ("nothing happens when I click the button") that is due to browser cache. If you are having an issue, hit the F5 button a few times on the page or even CTRL+F5 to clear the cache. It should work just fine afterwards



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Hi BB,
I recently used this feature recently to ask a CR problem to experts and my work space shows - :EXPERT REPLY REQUESTED:
but have not received intimation/ solution for posted Q.
Can you help me in utilizing the feature more effectively?
WR,
Arpit.

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Re: [New Verbal Forums Feature] Request Expert Reply   [#permalink] 21 Apr 2017, 03:39
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