Decide if the answer is helpful, and then…
- Vote on it . Vote up answers that are helpful and well-researched, and vote down answers that are not. Other users will also vote on answers to your question.
- Accept it. As the asker, you have a special privilege: you may accept the answer that you believe is the best solution to your problem.
To accept an answer:
- Choose one answer that you believe is the best solution to your problem.
- To mark an answer as accepted, click on the check mark beside the answer to toggle it from greyed out to filled in.
- You may change which answer is accepted, or simply un-accept the answer, at any time.
Accepting an answer is not mandatory; do not feel compelled to accept the first answer you receive. Wait until you receive an answer that answers your question well.
The community also has the ability to select answers by voting on their favorites. The community best answer will be the one that receives the most votes.
Use comments to engage with other users. Comments are meant for requesting clarification, leaving constructive criticism, or adding relevant but minor additional information. They can also be used for socializing. If you really want to say “thank you,” vote on a person’s answer, or simply pay it forward by providing a great answer to someone else’s question.