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Q: searching older google answers ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: searching older google answers
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: rr3225-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 02 Mar 2003 17:35 PST
Expires: 01 Apr 2003 17:35 PST
Question ID: 169759
at google answers home just scroling takrd too long. i want to look at
the firwt answers some here- some there. Xn i so it by date? can i
search by dollar amount paid for the answers?
Subject: Re: searching older google answers
Answered By: theta-ga on 03 Mar 2003 11:06 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi rr3225-ga,
    The answer to your questions is Yes. You CAN sort the Google
Answers Question list both by date and by price.
    From the Google Answers main page, you can select any topic for
which to view the previously asked questions. On the topic page, just
above the list containing the previously asked questions, there will
be a row containing the following text:
     Subject   Date (PST)  Status  Price 
You will note that both Date and Price will be in a different color
and can be clicked. To sort by Date or Price, just click on the
relevant words.

    By default, there will be a picture of a down arrow besides the
word Date. This is to indicate that the items are sorted in
*descending* order of date, that is, from the newest to the oldest. To
change the sort order, just click on Date again. The down arrow will
be replaced by an up arrow, and the question list will now appear in
ascending order, that is, with the oldest questions first.
    Similarily, to sort the questions by price, just click on the link
'Price'. Click once to sort in ascending order, and twice to sort in
descending order. The up/down arrow will now appear besides the
'Price' link, indicating the sort order of the list.

    The results you get when you search Google Answers are also
organized in a similar way, and you can also sort them by Price or
Date, utilizing the above techniques.


Hope this helps.
If you need any clarifications, please do not hesitate to ask. I will
be glad to help.

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