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Do you use the Cookbook Q&A system?

adent42adent42 Key Master, Head Chef, Executive Chef, Member, PRO Posts: 1,578 GameSalad Employee
edited October 2013 in News from the Dev Team
Cookbook has a Q&A system where you are supposed to be able to ask questions of the community. Since people also do this on the forums, we're wondering if people actively check that feature?

Do you use the Cookbook Q&A system? 31 votes

9% 3 votes
51% 16 votes
What is Cookbook?
6% 2 votes
There's a Q&A system?
32% 10 votes


  • JagonAppsJagonApps Member Posts: 241
    I was actually going to raise this, the amount of cobwebs on that forum... :P
  • tenrdrmertenrdrmer Member, Sous Chef, Senior Sous-Chef Posts: 9,934
    I tried to keep an eye over there when it first opened and it sounded great but people didn't seem to understand its purpose. All they did was post their questions in both places. It was suposed to be a more specific how to type data base but man every single time people posted there they post the same stuff here as well. No point in going to both sites for the same stuff. :(

    It's not my fault I never learned to take responsibility for anything. ;)

  • jonmulcahyjonmulcahy Member, Sous Chef, PRO Posts: 10,385
    I've probably used it a few times.

    I've used the cookbook tutorials a few times as a refresher on certain subjects.
  • EggeyGamesEggeyGames Member Posts: 51
    I have looked cookbook tutorials a lot, but I have never actually used the Q&A system, because it seems that most people only check the forums so I just ask any questions there.
  • RubiWorksRubiWorks Member Posts: 130
    Is very boring to use Q&A. I think that Administrator must to write the absolute solutions in a stick post in the forums. Because several times. I´m looking a problem that i have in GS and i found a lot of topics with same question, diferents answers... Is a little crazy :S
  • mithraweptmithrawept Member, PRO Posts: 167
    I generally search the forums. Cookbooks good for learning but not necessarily for answering questions.
  • bjandthekatzbjandthekatz Orlando, FlMember Posts: 1,375
    I have looked over it once or twice. I usually stick to the forums
  • neomanneoman Member Posts: 813

    I have looked over it once or twice. I usually stick to the forums

    Same as above ... The words were taken out of my mouth ... ;-)

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