Are you using Clarity Answers?

If yes, how are they working for you?


I check Clarity answers every day looking for good questions to answer. I find that many people don't write questions that allow me to truly help them because their questions lack detail and lack context of their particular situation so I can only provide generalizable advice or answers. My advice to everyone is provide as much detail as you can and write a question that solicits a very specific answer. I will answer those questions every single time.

Answered 9 years ago

Its a great feature, adds value and provides a platform for all us experts to show off our expertise :)

Answered 9 years ago

I love it -- I always learn when I read through the questions, and I find a good number I'm able to help answer, too. There aren't many help resources similar to this around the web.

Answered 9 years ago

Sure am, but people also move the discussion off to the PM section if they want to get into details. It's a good service, I'd definitely keep it!

Answered 9 years ago

Yes, I do. When I have a question where I seek generic advice (welcome from many experts since the questions is more generic with no specific use case), I posted it on Clarity questions. When I find an expert whom I can trust for right and accurate directions, I can go for the call.

If you have specific questions that you can discuss with an expert (say over a coffee or a pizza), seek advise from a expert by calling. Else, post it in Clarity QA

Answered 9 years ago

I try to use it but the questions are limited in quantity and quality and seldom allow for depth

Answered 3 years ago

We all are, but whether it works or not is dependent on the problem-solving skills. Problems involve setting out to achieve some objective or desired situation and can include avoiding a situation or event. If there were no barriers in the way of achieving a goal, then there would be no problem. Problem solving involves overcoming the barriers or obstacles that prevent the immediate achievement of goals. Our problem-solving pages provide a simple and structured approach to problem solving. The approach referred to is generally designed for problem solving in an organisation or group context but can also be easily adapted to work at an individual level at home or in education.
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Answered 2 years ago

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