I've had some great answers to my questions so far - thanks all!

Should we 'accept' answers in the private beta? I definitely feel we should upvote as much as possible, but I wonder if leaving answers unaccepted (to encourage people who join us in the public beta to contribute answers) would be better.


Whether to accept an answer or not is entirely your personal decision and it has nothing to do with encouraging people to contribute answers. Even if an answer is accepted, a new user can write an additional answer.

If you think that a new answer is more helpful than the previously accepted one, you can change the acceptance by clicking on the acceptance tick of a new answer.

But, please make sure you accept an answer that solves your problem with the right reference and examples. If there is not a helpful answer, you don't have to accept any answer.

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How long should/can I wait before accepting an answer?

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