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Developer Forums : Best Practice

Best Practice : When someone takes the time/effort to repspond to your question, you should take the time/effort to either mark the question as "Solved", or post a Follow-Up with addtional information.

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      That way people with a similar question can find the Solution without having to re-post the same question again and again. And the people who reply to your post know that the issue has been resolved and they can stop working on it. 

Thanks #Copy_Steve Molis
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Amit Singh 1Amit Singh 1
Yes, this must be the first class citizen. 

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Naveen KNNaveen KN
Yes, I would echo your points. Guys please follow the best practices to make this forum clean and userful.
Amit Singh 1Amit Singh 1
Yes, this must be the first class citizen. 
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James IveyJames Ivey
Salesforce developer forum newbie here.  Is clicking "Best answer" the proper (best practices) way to mark a question "solved"?  If not, what is it?

Many thanks!
James IveyJames Ivey
I think I just found my answer here (https://developer.salesforce.com/forums?id=906F00000008uPkIAI).  Yes, it's clicking "Best answer".  Thanks again.
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