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# How do you find problems that have been shared?

How do I find the problems, which I wrote, that been shared by "Best of Algebra/combo/NT/Geo"? And if one of my questions do get shared by that page, will I get an email alert?

Thanks! ~Sameer

Note by Sameer L.
3 years, 10 months ago

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You will get an email alert when it's reshared, and it will have a rating. So if you're looking through your problems, and it has a rating, and it was in the Best of... it was probably reshared. ;)

- 3 years, 10 months ago

oops, you beat me to it!

Staff - 3 years, 10 months ago

Sameer,

The easiest way for you to get back to the problems you have written is to go to your profile and click the tab that says "feed." You do get an email whenever someone(including "Best of's" re-shares a problem of yours. That is probably the best way to keep track of your problems that are getting re-shared.

Have fun!

Staff - 3 years, 10 months ago

Speaking of assigning ratings, do you think you could assign ratings to any of my problems? I think that I have more than plenty great problems.

- 3 years, 10 months ago

A rated problem is not necessarily better than an unrated problem; the reverse indeed exists.

Ratings are just a relative perspective of the difficulty of a problem to a rated user; you can have great problems that are never rated, or vice versa.

Either way, the true awesomeness of a problem exists not in the rating, but in the writing.

- 3 years, 10 months ago

Yeah, it'd just be nice to have people appreciate such good problems...

- 3 years, 10 months ago