Is there any way to organize unanswered questions in their specific groups? When I click on "unanswered questions", I get all the unanswered questions regardless of the group. I am really only interested in the specific group that I am working with (in this case Germany Genealogy Research). It makes it difficult to find questions that still need to be answered without going through all of the questions/discussions that are posted.
@MarciaAnnFeinauerVogeler if you look in some of the groups there is a link to narrow down the questions of the group to Unanswered or Answered. Another approach if you do not see the link is to add ?qna=unanswered to the URL. Here is how that would look for the Adoption group: https://community.familysearch.org/en/group/1-adoption-and-unknown-family-research?qna=unanswered. Other groups that do not have this in their links can add it.1
Thank you. I had forgotten about the ?qna=unanswered addition to the URL. Charlotte had mentioned it to me a little while ago.
I'm still getting used to navigating the new site. I wish the home page for various groups was the same regardless of how you access it - using the white search bar or going through the Groups tab has one appearance, but going to the same group through the My Feeds tab is slightly different. Each has advantages and disadvantages. Could they be the same? I'm looking at the Germany group page in particular.1
@MarciaAnnFeinauerVogeler here are the links to the German group.0
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Just keep in mind that several people have noticed, in addition to me, that questions have been getting marked as "Answered" when they have not been but have just had a comment that does not answer the question.
Also, I have seen several of my posts marked as the "accepted answer" by someone other than the person who created the post so that can also make it unclear as to whether the poster thinks the question is answered or not.4