What are the features of Ask Ubuntu??
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There are a ton of features on Ask Ubuntu - However, the platform is designed to be "Documentation through Discovery". So you won't find a list of features - StackExchange keeps things "interesting" by always adding and changing features and letting the user discover how to use the site. If you're wondering "What things can I discover" you may wish to view your available privileges. This should give you an idea of what to look forward to and what you can do now.
I found askubuntu.com/review
This shows low rep new users, it's useful for guiding new users on how to use the site, etc. Low quality posts is pretty useful too -- though I suspect it's mostly useful for people who do a ton of editing and/or moderation than the average user.
More information on the parent meta.
the platform is designed to be "Documentation through Discovery ... letting the user discover how to use the site". So you won't find a list of features ...
I really like Ubuntu & the very helpful community. A website called 'Ask Ubuntu' will attract anyone with a query but unfortunately it's not at all clear how to navigate the site. It needs a Site Map and a simple Site Guide & a Users Guide. eg the Front Screen needs something like:
"Welcome to Ask Ubuntu.
1/ Pose your question in the box at the top left of the screen to see if it's been asked before.
2/ If not then Register yourself and
3/ ASK your question by typing it in the box at xxx.
4/ You'll find how to format your question by clicking on yyy which you will find at zzz"
Not only will this help anyone new to the site to use it: it might well increase the takeup of Ubuntu & other flavours generally.
I expect this has been explored before, but I can't find it [poor navigation skills? or sophisticated site design?!?]