I've been going through the feed a bit recently, and I've noticed that one particular user has been asking a lot of questions, and most of the time answering them. These questions often get asked in bulk, within 5-30 minutes of each other, 5 or more at a time. The questions are not bad, but generally not very useful.
- Manual "Save Unavailable" in Hogwarts Legacy Asked Jul 20 at 20:30
- Can you Swim underwater in Hogwarts Legacy Asked Jul 20 at 20:25
- Is Sebastian Sallow a Pure Blood Wizard Asked Jul 20 at 20:07
- Can you tell Ominis about Sebastian using Dark Magic in Hogwarts Legacy Asked Jul 20 at 20:03
- Are there any Unicorns in Hogwarts Legacy Asked Jul 20 at 19:45
- What programming language or game engine is Hogwarts Legacies written in Asked Jul 20 at 19:20
- Where can I find the Slytherin Common Roon in Hogwarts Legacy? Asked Jul 20 at 19:04
- Do you unlock Quidditch later in the game? Asked Jul 20 at 18:42
- Can you romance anyone in Hogwarts Legacy? Asked Jul 20 at 18:34
All of which are self answered, bar one (and not the one you'd expect). The same user has also asked and answered similar questions in the same length of time on several other occasions.
As far as I am aware, there is nothing wrong with this; my only qualm is that it clogs up the feed. Some questions would get overlooked, or simply not seen because of the lump, or block of questions.
How should this be dealt with (if at all)? And if there is a process for this, what is the parameters?
Upon further investigation, they say the purpose is so that the answers would be easier to find, rather than "searching through wikis". This would then swing it back toward whether or not the questions are useful, or good quality - I have done this myself a couple of times, with a select few questions (primarily revolving around lore, or special mechanics that I felt required a lot of research and cross-checking).
But again, in this instance the issue I'm having here is the bulk amount. Even if they were good quality, asking a block of questions at once, only to answer them yourself is a bit deterring when looking for questions to read/answer/review.