I have accepted every answer and still have accept value 0%. Why is this the case?

asked 17 May '14, 11:01

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accept rate: 0%

edited 17 May '14, 21:19

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See meta-zero-acceptance-rate or metaquestion-accept-rate-does-not-work-correctly. The thing which works similar to stackoverflow is the search! Search: accept rate. ;-)

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answered 17 May '14, 13:24

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accept rate: 17%

edited 17 May '14, 21:11

I think your accept rate increases when someone ask a question, you provide an answer and they accept your answer.

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answered 17 May '14, 11:06

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accept rate: 9%

edited 17 May '14, 23:07

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interesting. this would be totally different from stackoverflow, but it wouls still make sense.

(17 May '14, 11:12) snupo
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It does not really make sense. The current "accept rate" only tells you how often someone replies to people, especially newbies, who don't understand how to use this system. The other definition would warn you of those people.

(17 May '14, 14:29) Tordanik
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