Some of you may have noticed the bar on the top of the forums "Questions For You." It is the next phase of MedHelp's Top Answerer's/Badges addition to the site.
If you click on the bar it will allow you to quickly answer questions that have less than 3 comments in the areas of your knowledge. Questions appear on a "dashboard" like column. It's a wonderful way for our members to help each other in areas of their knowledge. We hope that this will promotes community building by easily allowing cross posting and/or posting in communities where others need answers.
This new feature compliments MedHelp's Badges by showing questions to our members relative to their knowledge/badges. There's even an area to add/change one's area of knowledge within the application.
It's SIMPLE to use!!!! I encourage you all to take a look at it and see if you can help. I think it is truly an asset!
As always thanks for all you do here to make MedHelp a great place to be.
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