If I am unsatisfied by the answers on a question with a bounty that is set to expire soon, can I cancel the bounty? What am I supposed to do to get better answers??
2 years ago
Nov. 28 / 16 Kislev
1Are there any suggestions on how frequently and how many times one should offer a bounty on a question?
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