admin · May 19, 2014 at 03:00 pm

Let XDA Help Organize Your Development Project Q&A Threads

A battalion of Recognized Contributors on XDA is eager to lend developers a helping hand by maintaining their Q&A threads. This is ideal for developers who don’t want their project threads to be inundated with questions and troubleshooting requests. Instead, we prefer that development threads are split into two threads: one for Q&A + Troubleshooting (Q&A/T), and one for development. In the case where a developer has chosen to use XDA Development Database for their project, they can associate a separate Q&A/T thread to their main project, thus spawning a new tab that makes it super easy for users to find their way.  Additionally, linked Q&A/T threads get a special badge alongside the thread listing to help them stand out.

If this sounds interesting and you’d like to learn more about the process of getting an RC to maintain your Q&A/T thread, if you want to maintain the thread on your own and you want to see a template, or if you simply want to see a sock-puppet explain the initiative in an entertaining video, check out this thread for more info (thanks kuzibri).


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