Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, simply click on the "view sharers" that is located at the bottom of the post. It will be right next to the total amount of upvotes, and it will give you a list of people who have shared that very answer.
Yes, without registering, you can't share an answer. In fact, without an account, you will miss out on most of the opportunities that are provided for Quora users.
There is a daily limit on how many times you can post an answer on Quora. Although the algorithm remains a mystery for many, it is known to change with status. The more upvotes you receive, the fewer limitations you will get. This is yet another reason to consider buying shares and upvotes.
You can share posts on other platforms by simply clicking or tapping on the three-dot icon and selecting the share option. After that, pick the platform of your choice.
Unfortunately, no. Quora allows users to have one account at a time.
Actually, even though it is a Q&A platform, it is not as simple as it might sound. Quora has been proving its usefulness over the years and has been home to many well-known people. It is a place where like-minded people can meet.
If you violate Quora's guidelines and regulations, you might be at the risk of having your account terminated.
Your answers might be getting deleted if they are too short or misleading. Try to write it longer next time and make sure it is on point.
No, you can't share your own post on Quora.
By getting shared, you can increase your popularity which could eventually return as likes.
No, our site is protected by an SSL certificate, and we do not ask for your password.
No, unlike some other platforms, Quora does not pay its users.