Who picks the questions that appear when you login to yahoo answers?
Who decided what questions appear on "discover" when you login to yahoo answers? Some of those are pretty partisan and 1 sided.
- .Lv 73 weeks agoFavourite answer
The system has some sort of algorithm that selects what questions end up on the Main page and in the Discover list of every category/subcategory. It's all done automatically per the code and we do not know the specific criteria used to make those selections.
- DanielLv 73 weeks ago
the Discover Section is Based on the Number of Views and Answers on it
Questions that get a Combo of a lot of Views and Answers on it End up in the Discover Section
- CarolOklaLv 73 weeks ago
No one. YA is run by computer programs / algorithmic on server computers all networked together. This is why spam filters sometime causes questions or answers not to post for very long. YA is highly automated. There are no Yahoo or Verizon employees deciding what gates posted. Only the YA users are monitoring YA. Yahoo and Verizon employees, including engineers who add new computer 0rograms and businesses like Microsoft that Verizon has contracts with, including the independent. Law firm that handles copyright, and intellectual property theft do human beings get involved get involved.
- 3 weeks ago
"Discover" is Yahoo Answer's "trending". You can guess which posts are trending and those on discover have lots of activity. The questions may be one sided, but the answers are not.
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- PearlLv 73 weeks ago
probably the people that work for yahoo answers