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    Sometime it is happen that we post our queries in to the forum. and by means of other member feedback or own effort we would resolved the issue . but the original question would still there without any update which saying the "This issue is resolved now." . I suspect we must have one button (same like accept answer) which will mark question posted my member as "This post is resolved now" and also It must have a remark section that what step did member followed to close the issue.
    Hi All ,

    Sometime it is happen that we post our queries in to the forum. and by means of other member feedback or own effort we would resolved the issue . but the original question would still there without any update which saying the "This issue is resolved now." . I suspect we must have one button (same like accept answer) which will mark question posted my member as "This post is resolved now" and also It must have a remark section that what step did member followed to close the issue.
    Hi All ,

    Sometime it is happen that we post our queries in to the forum. and by means of other member feedback or own effort we would resolved the issue . but the original question would still there without any update which saying the "This issue is resolved now." . I suspect we must have one button (same like accept answer) which will mark question posted my member as "This post is resolved now" and also It must have a remark section that what step did member followed to close the issue.
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    #2

    Re: question

    We don't have such a button- language questions are often not so clear-cut and people may have different opinions or things to add.

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    Re: question

    This is not a suggestion for UsingEnglish site , This is the sugesstion which I sent to my companies website group .
    I just want to check the grammer of this para.

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    Re: question

    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldhoble View Post
    Is this correct ?
    ------------------------
    Hi All ,

    Sometime it is happen that we post our queries in to the forum. and by means of other member feedback or own effort we would resolved the issue . but the original question would still there without any update which saying the "This issue is resolved now." . I suspect we must have one button (same like accept answer) which will mark question posted my member as "This post is resolved now" and also It must have a remark section that what step did member followed to close the issue.
    Hi All ,

    Sometime it is happen that we post our queries in to the forum. and by means of other member feedback or own effort we would resolved the issue . but the original question would still there without any update which saying the "This issue is resolved now." . I suspect we must have one button (same like accept answer) which will mark question posted my member as "This post is resolved now" and also It must have a remark section that what step did member followed to close the issue.
    Hi All ,

    Sometime it is happen that we post our queries in to the forum. and by means of other member feedback or own effort we would resolved the issue . but the original question would still there without any update which saying the "This issue is resolved now." . I suspect we must have one button (same like accept answer) which will mark question posted my member as "This post is resolved now" and also It must have a remark section that what step did member followed to close the issue.
    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****


    (1) Very soon, one of the great teachers will check your paragraph for

    grammar.

    (2) May I just start the discussion by pointing out a few things?

    (a) Sometimes it happens that ....

    (b) It might also be helpful to say: "This issue has been resolved."

    (At first, I thought that your website was also a language helpline

    such as usingenglish.com. But I am now guessing that it is a commercial

    organization, and your website is for customers who have complaints.)

    It's great that you want to update your customers and to reassure them

    that your company takes a genuine interest in their problems. That is

    surely the road to financial success. Good luck!!!

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