A simple explanation of how to use the topic feature of the Language Exchange!

Hello! I'm Ryosuke from Language Exchange!

Today, I'd like to talk about the latest feature added to Language Exchange, Topics.

Today, I'm going to write an article explaining how to use the topics in detail.

For more information about the concept of topics and how to enjoy them, please refer to What are Language Exchange topics? What kind of service is it?, please take a look!

Topics are bulletin boards and question sites where people can discuss the same topics.

This is the top screen of the topics.

You can see a variety of questions lined up here.

On this page, you can see the number of good, the number of comments, the name of the poster, and the title of the content.

Try to choose the content you want to see or answer from this list, and press the button.

Topic question content

When you go to the detail screen from the list of topics, as shown in this image.

If you go to the detail screen from the list of topics, as shown in this image, you will see a list of questions and a list of answers, as shown in the image.

This is how you can answer a question.

Now, I'd like to try answering a question myself!

Answer to topic

Yes! I have answered the question.

As you can see, when you answer a question, your answer will be posted below the question.

Now, you have solved the user's problem.

In the future, we will add a feature to this topic that allows users to click the "Good" button for good answers.

We would like to build a system to send good answers as notifications to many users.

So, in the future, we'll be developing a service that will bring the writings of our respondents to the attention of many people, so please play along!

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