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Question DetailsAsked on 9/8/2013

How can I search Angie's List questions quickly?

I would like to type in a search word and search for any questions that contain that word.

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At the top of the page at the main Angie's List Answers page, there is a field where it says to ask your question. If you start typing in that field, it will drop down suggested questions - you'll just want to click on the question that pertains to what you're asking and you'll be directly taken to that page. Thanks so much,

Answered 6 years ago by KielH

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When you search, be specific if you are looking for a specific answer - like "refinish hardwood" for refinishing hardwood flooring, or more general if you want a general answer - like "tile cost" for general questions on cost of tile installation or "flooring types" for discusisons on various types of flooring and their pros and cons.

You can also direct yourself by subject, if you are not familiar with that, by clicking on the + next to a general class of questions in Browse Projects at lower left, then choose a category from the list that pops up.

You can also go to Angie's List articles from the home page. If you think there should be an article but don't see it, google the appropriate topic followed by the word Angies (apostrophe not necessary) - for some reason some of the articles do not show up in the articles listing but can be opened from google - maybe cached by Google - just check the age of the article if age would make a difference.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD




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