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Do I système de change to create an account to use Google Answers? Do I need to log in to Google Answers every time I visit?

What happens if I check the “Remember me” box on the login page? Where do I find Google Answers’ Terms of Service? Can I get a refund for my question? What is the difference between an “answer” and a “comment”?

What is Google Answers’ Privacy Policy? Are my questions and answers publicly viewable? How do I report questionable content to editors at Google Answers? How do I change my profile? Google’s search engine is a great way to find information online. But sometimes even experienced users need help finding exactly the answer they want to a question. Google Answers was an experimental product for users to get help from Researchers with expertise in online searching.

Users could post a question to Google Answers and specify how much they were willing to pay for an answer. A Researcher then searched for the information they wanted and posted it to Google Answers. You don’t need an account to read other people’s questions, answers and comments. If you have posted questions or comments previously, you can log in to see your past questions and answers as well as any past invoice information.

If you check the “Remember me” box, Google Answers will remember who you are when you return to the site by setting a cookie to automatically log you in. This will make it easier to access your questions and other content on the site. If you do not check the “Remember me” box, you will need to log in each time you return to the site. Google Answers is no longer accepting new questions. Feel free to check out the many questions that have been answered by Google Answers Researchers. Google Answers Researchers were experts at locating hard-to-find information on the web, and through offline resources as well. Researchers were required to go through an application process that tested their research skills and the quality of their answers.