Ok so now, you have 15 days to select a Most Helpful answer, if you dont select a best answer within these 15 days, the system picks a best answer for you. Neither you nor the person whose answer was chosen by the system gets the points for it. Do you think this is fair. If your answer gets picked as the best one, you should still get the points, thats only fair. I know they just posted that announcement up today, but still. If I got best answer, Id still wanna get the points for it ya know? I think, instead of the system choosing best answer after the 15 days, the moderators should do it, that way we still get our points. What do you guys think?
- I think we should still get our points if our answer was chosen as the best one53% (8)83% (5)62% (13)Vote
- Nope, the question asker had 15 days to pick the best one13% (2)0% (0)10% (2)Vote
- Neutral27% (4)17% (1)24% (5)Vote
- See answers7% (1)0% (0)4% (1)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
I don't think it's fair and the system is flawed. Really how can opinion length and experience level equate to best answer. Not all questions requires long opinions, and just because someone has a higher experience than others doesn't mean theirs was better. and number of votes, I see quite often good opinions getting down votes. Achieving MH isn't just about the points, but the feeling it gives knowing that your opinion was worth of MH. With the system and it's flaws MH selected by the system is meaningless.2