Frequently Asked Questions
This depends entirely on how many upvotes other posters receive. The idea is this; those who receive more upvotes will be ahead of you, those who receive less will come after you.
The answers that provide more in-depth material receive the most upvotes due to their informative nature. If you want to receive upvotes organically, make sure to pay attention to detail.
Not every answer is reliable. This is where the importance of upvotes shines; the comment that receives the most upvotes will understandably be more reliable. Therefore, it functions as a credibility check as well.
If you want to receive more upvotes, one simple trick that you can do is to be active when other users are online, and that is mostly between 9AM - 9PM EST.
Yes, Quora will automatically notify you when someone upvotes your post. However, this is only true as long as you do not turn off your notifications manually.
Yes, you need to register to Quora before you can receive and give upvotes or downvotes. Without signing up or signing in, you can't utilize Quora's functions other than viewing a short part of posts.
Yes, simply go to your feeds and check out your bookmarked answers. Among these, you can find your upvotes too.
Yes, if you accidentally downvote a post that you actually enjoy, or regret your decision after a second thought, then you are in luck; Quora does allow you to undo a downvote.
No, unlike some other platforms, you can not like your own post on Quora.
This is unlikely. Unless you inform people that you've bought upvotes, nobody will know.
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No, Quora does not pay its users for writing or answering questions.