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FAQ campaign anyone?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by IrishSights, Aug 4, 2014.

  1. IrishSights

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    Im getting knackered replying to to same type of questions where a polite pointer to closed FAQ section would solve the problem. It needs implemented IMO.

    Heres the plan... for starter anyway...every time there is a post on an often asked question hit the report button to alert the mods who listen on that channel but dont leave the default as 'spam' mark it FAQ PLEASE?

    Anyone any better idea?

    I dont think stickies are the answer. I am sure it has been talked about amongst the mod team already and it may just be a manpower problem. I'm just trying to bring the need more in the open.

    Mods, any comments thoughts for us punters?
     
  2. J Dot

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    I was on the same page, tons of different posts, for the
    Same issue or problem!

    I was thinking more on the lines of

    Maybe this sort of forum?

    " Problems, and solutions! " or " Issues, and Fixes! "

    Where people post their problem or issue and how they fixed it!
    ( ie: I had delayed FPV on my P2V, I deleted app, reinstalled app )
    Problem fixed!

    Just an example! But I thought it would be great for us all and
    Especially for our newbie friends! Would save A LOT of searching !

    Take care, Fly safe!
     
  3. IrishSights

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    I see Connors post for newbs was made a sticky! There is hope J Dot!

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  4. damoncooper

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    +1. I've stopped answering questions where the topic has been answered before many times over. Life is too short.

    But an FAQ with all that stuff would be invaluable for new folks.

    Question is: who would maintain it.