How do I delete my own question from Quora

How do I delete my own question from Quora?

From our Help Center article, If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
For more information about Quora’s features and frequently asked questions, check out our
Vyacheslav
and Palak Pandit,
First, you can only delete your own question on Quora, not anyone else’s question.
Second, I have several ideas for how to delete your own question from Quora.
—Sarah M.
, posted 13 May 2018 (updated 20 March 2019) — Be nice, be respectful

MERGED INTO: How do I delete my own question from Quora?
ORIGINAL QUESTION: Is it still possible to delete your question on Quora?

Thanks for the A2A, Tommy White.
How do you delete a question you asked here on Quora?
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but your options are limited on that one.
Quora has some unambiguous policies regarding the ownership of questions and answers.
The policy goes something like this:
How does this equate to actual practice?
If someone posts an answer, he or she can delete it at any time.
However, if someone posts a question, he or she has a limited amount of time in which he or she is allowed to delete it.
My thinking is that this time is dictated by whether somebody answers the question or not.
Once people start to answer the question, the OP no longer have the ability to delete it.
The only way around that would be to appeal to Quora moderation but Quora will want a good reason for the deletion.
I know of some questions that have been deleted because the person requested it had valid reason to have them deleted.
One set of circumstances— sometimes you will see questions that ask things about specific members.
That's an example of the kind of question Quora would be inclined to delete if the subject of the question requested it.
I'm sure there are other circumstances that might be applicable.
I only quoted that one kind because that’s what came to mind immediately.

Once a user adds a question there is a buffer period in which the user can delete the question.
Once that buffer period id done or if the question got even a single answer, users can no longer delete the question.
As per the Quora policy, Questions belong to the community and not to the user.
So questions can’t be deleted.

Now why so?
Because once the questions are added and got answers, now if the user who asked the question comes and delete the question, it will leave all the answers useless.
Answers are anchored to the questions, there can be no answer without a question.
So if other users spend time and effort to write answers, it is not fair to allow the question poster to delete the question.

Once answered, a question belongs to the Quora community.
You cannot delete them.
There are a couple of things you can do, however:

Once you ask them, questions effectively become property and you can't really delete them.
  There is a small window of time where you can, but it is exclusively when the question has no answers.
Most people aren't going to know you asked these questions anyway and if you don't want to be associated with them as much any more, you have two real options
Those are the only two real ways to "delete" if you can't because it has answers.
  Your name will still be in the history log, but much harder to identify with you.

As per Quora’s policy
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions.

If the question is still within this grace period, the OP can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the "…" link below the question title, then selecting the "Delete" option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
a simple question about English grammar, and all the answers at present have been enough to solve it.
There shouldn’t be any more answer to confuse other readers.
Even from the view of respondents, to
close such a question can save their energy for more other questions, doesn’t it?
Trying to define the border to close:
If Quora worries the OP is given too much power, you could establish a vote system.
Last but not the least, I will feel responsible to response when a “already finished” question keeps being answered.
It also wastes my energy.
I do respect Quora’s philosophy and you guys’ efforts to make the community more open.
But I also believe the community is mostly consisted of the users.
Quora will not decide its policy all by itself, will it?

Only Quora or the person that Asked the Question can delete a question.
If you Asked the Question, then merely go to the question, and you will see the “three little dots” just below the question and to the far right.
Click on those three dots and a list of options appears, and one of the last options is to Delete.
However, if you did Not ask the question you can Report the question for a variety of reasons or Down Vote the question which means fewer people will see the question, but you can not delete.
UPDATE: You can Not delete a question that You Asked if there are Answers to that question.
You can Only delete it if you asked it, Before someone posts an answer.
After that, merely report it to Quora, tell them you asked the question, and that you wish to have the question deleted.
However, why would Anyone ask a question and then want to delete what they asked??????? You are supposed to THINK before you push the submit button……

This is one reason why I don’t ask questions here.
In the 13 months I have been here I have asked just two questions.
I recently asked a third question and was rewarded with the usual message “Your question needs improvement”
I read and re-read the question and saw no scope for improvement.
I deleted the question right away.
The bot asked for a reason.
I gave the plain simple truth “You say the question needs improvement.
I say the bot needs improvement”
I have quietly and unobtrusively asked several questions here privately to a particular Quoran by including it in a comment to his/her post.
I have always got an answer and it never “needed improvement”
GV

You cannot delete a question that has answers.
You can delete answers but only one at a time.
There is no bulk “delete all” functionality.
However delete does not mean that the answer is actually erased as you can undo delete anytime.
To get close to a “real delete” you may consider overwriting an answer a few times with meaningless content (fill it with zeroes, say), saving each time and then finally deleting the last version.
Your original answer is still there but few revisions behind the current one, making it slightly harder for someone (Quora admin or someone with similar rights) to see.
Other option is to delete your account which will remove all your content from public view.
The content can (probably will) remain with Quora though.
See here for more on deleting an account – Quora's answer to How do I delete my Quora account?

Users can only delete their questions on Quora if there are no answers to the question or if the question has less than 5 followers.
Once the question reaches one of these thresholds, the user can’t delete their questions.
In addition, if the question only has collapsed answers, the user can still delete their question.
However, Quora Moderation can delete a user’s question only if the question violates one of Quora’s policies.
Why doesn’t Quora allow user to delete questions once the threshold is reached? I believe the reason Quora doesn’t users to delete their questions is because Quora is trying to accomplish its purpose.
Quora is a question/answer site and its purpose is to spread knowledge.
Therefore, if users are constantly deleting questions with multiple answers or popular questions, Quora is setback from fulfilling its purpose.
This is because when a question is deleted, the answers and comments that it received are deleted with it as well.

I absolutely believe that you can DELETE a question! QUORA posted a question on my page; but all the way at the top, Quora wrote- JOKE QUESTION! You cannot even imagine the consequences of what they did! And, 100+ attorneys, law students, and others, took the time, experience, and knowledge to answer a FAKE QUESTION! I felt obligated to tell them! But, it was simply impossible to warn over 100 people! So, I just picked the first name at the top of the list.
She was an attorney, and she actually ACCUSED ME of ATTACKING and INSULTING her! She said “Congratulations”!- and then told me that she had BLOCKED and REPORTED ME! I definitely BLAME QUORA! Had they not posted that FAKE QUESTION!- NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED! I forgot to mention that she was able to have the last word! Which left me infuriated, incensed, and ENRAGED! WHY? Because I was NEVER given the opportunity/chance to explain and inform her that- not only did she, but everyone else had gotten PLAYED! And, since she chose to do that, I believe that she is beneath contempt! Because she was an Attorney!

That depends on your landlord, and on the state where you live.
If the notice was a Notice To Vacate (Eviction Notice), then it will be followed up by a Process Service when the landlord files an eviction suit against you on the sixth day.
Then you’ll have another 3–4 weeks before a Deputy Constable is there with your landlord, a moving crew, and a locksmith.
You’ll be left with a judgment against you in that case, which will affect your credit record, which will then affect any number of things, like interest rates on credit cards and car loans, and may affect ability to rent housing for the next several years.
In Texas, it takes about six weeks between the time an eviction notice is served and the time a tenant finds himself out at the curb along with everything he owns.
Also, in Texas, once your landlord has filed, moving while waiting for trial doesn’t change anything.
You’ll still have a judgment for back rent, court costs, and Possession.

You have a grace period during which you are permitted to delete your question.
Click the Options link directly below your question.
A drop down menu will appear and you should be able to click on Delete Question.

However, once this grace period is over, you will not be able to delete your question.
As per Quora's policy on question deletion:
There are three types of question deletions on Quora:

I don’t have a lot of experience with question-writing, but it looks like you cannot delete a question once it has answers.
The are a couple of reasons for this:
So if no one has responded to a question, you should be able to delete it, even though technically it belongs to the community.
Once there is an answer, that option goes away.
My research for this involved looking at my own questions, of which there are exactly two.
The one that has answers other than my own cannot be deleted.
The one no one has answered but me, on the other hand, can still be deleted, 8 months after I wrote it.

I am someone who overcame severe anxiety that caused me to quit high school and spent 10 years locked in my room because I was too afraid to leave the house.
I only went out when I absolutely had to.
I saw 7 therapists over 8 years and none of them had real solutions for me so I went at it on my own.
That’s when I found the tools to remove the cause of my anxiety.
I have been anxiety-free since 2009.
Although your issue is stress, the method I used to overcome my anxiety will work for you, too.
Here is what to do:
Go on YouTube and look up EFT for stress.
Depending on what you’re getting upset about, you can do a search for that, too.
Just look up EFT for ______ (whatever you get upset about).
There will be several videos there.
Watch some and follow along.
Warning! EFT is going to look ridiculous.
It’s going to involve tapping certain places on your face multiple times.
These are acupuncture points.
Just give it a shot and go with it.
You’ll be surprised at how well it works.
A good person to follow on Youtube is Brad Yates.
Some others are Carol Look and Nick and Jessica Ortner.
If you find EFT helpful, get the book My canada immigration AOR date is 1st Dec, 2018.
Yesterday I got a request for "additional documents required" from CIC.
They need information on SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION REQUEST FOR STUDENTS.
I am not a student and my wife is the primary applicant.
I am not sure what to respond on the following questions.
Please help me as I only have 6 more days to respond to these queries.
2- Proposed, current or past thesis.

We never had to create any thesis, should it be NA ?
3- Intended, current or past supervisor(s).

There were many professors who taught me during engineering? What should I write here ?
4- Supervisor(s) for previous studies
There were many professors who taught me during engineering? What should I write here ?
5- List of publication(s) and research papers
No publications or research papers were created by me.
Should it be NONE ?
6- Source(s) of funding for studies.

Education Loan from "State Bank of India" bank.

Since I got a job after my engineering, I paid the entire load in easy monthly installments and the entire loan was repaid by April 2010.
7- Upon return to your country, what employment plans do you have in place? At which company or
organisation and in what field of work?

What should I write here ?
Name of company : Are they asking my current company ?
Duties: Are they asking my current duties ?
Name of supervisor(s) : Are they asking name of my current Supervisors ?

here pal i stand with you i used it when i was 15 so hear me out ok ? all the places i hid my stuff, were immaculate spots my dad is a state trooper and had access to all my things EVERYTHING, sooner or later you hear something your not supposed to and someone slips up ans says they checked a spot and found nothing , thats when you hid your e cig there, you can use your dresser as a hidding spot.
if its on legs get tape and tape it to the bottom.
got a painting ? slip it behind there with tape.
got some kind of model car or anything still in the box ? depends on if you have a mod or a juul or an epic size matters in hidding spots.
got an old 1st gen ps2 ??? use it , theres a hard drive spot in the back thats got a cover on it to put in hard drives put it in there.
got any beats by dre cases for headphones ? put it in there with the headphones on top or next to it and put it in your back pack ( be sure your shit dont leak).
your bed , not under the mattress not in a pillow, get some tape and cut a hole in the bottom film of the bed big enough to get your hand into tape your vape to the inner film side and stash it there and use just a tiny bit if tape to seal it up.
also another thing , in plaine sight got somewhere you can put it behind a book shelf ? sure thats money its a dencent place.
got a wii controler ? depending on the size of your vape take out the batteries od the remote and break it down into two parts like all pod vapes usually do and put them in that an old binder .
put parts of it insidw the sleves on the inside and put some dummy papers in with it BOOM its school work an old pair of shoes u dont wear slip it in that and put it on the top level of your closet youd have to explain to me what all you have in your bedroom for a more detailed list

It said I can delete or edit my question at any time.
Why can't I delete one of my questions?

Who said you could delete your questions at any time? You can delete your questions until a certain level of activity occurs.
That's what the help pages say.
Meaning before there is an answer or some undisclosed number of views or minutes.
It wouldn't be fair to expect people to write answers and then have them deleted because you deleted the question.
Quora works on the theory that answers will be helpful to more than just the original asker.
Your name isn't up front with the question, though it can be found.
You can unfollow a question, and it will no longer show on your profile page.
That's irreversible.
You may edit questions, through you may end up fighting with the Quora Content Review bot about it.
Questions also get merged into similar questions, so ownership becomes an even more vague concept.
You can delete answers.
Those belong to you.

This is the question in question (little pun).
In most cases because there is already 1 answer you can't delete or edit it, there are a few caveats, because you are so new (looking from your credentials) what you are allowed to do is very limited.
I know, the fairness and all, but that's the way it is.
As you build trust and so on you get more privileges, I am already hearing the fairness again, not a lot of people understand or know this.
If you look below it mentions a “grace” period, this is a little ambiguous as I stated above, it depends on the “trust” level you have attained.
How do I delete my own question from Quora?
Per: What is Quora's policy on question deletion?
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions—see: Should I feel a sense of responsibility over questions that I ask on Quora?
If the question is still within this grace period, the person who asked the question (OP) can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the “…” link below the question title, then selecting the “Delete” option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.

How do I delete my own question from Quora?

From our Help Center article, If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
For more information about Quora’s features and frequently asked questions, check out our
Vyacheslav
and Palak Pandit,
First, you can only delete your own question on Quora, not anyone else’s question.
Second, I have several ideas for how to delete your own question from Quora.
—Sarah M.
, posted 13 May 2018 (updated 20 March 2019) — Be nice, be respectful

MERGED INTO: How do I delete my own question from Quora?
ORIGINAL QUESTION: Is it still possible to delete your question on Quora?

Thanks for the A2A, Tommy White.
How do you delete a question you asked here on Quora?
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but your options are limited on that one.
Quora has some unambiguous policies regarding the ownership of questions and answers.
The policy goes something like this:
How does this equate to actual practice?
If someone posts an answer, he or she can delete it at any time.
However, if someone posts a question, he or she has a limited amount of time in which he or she is allowed to delete it.
My thinking is that this time is dictated by whether somebody answers the question or not.
Once people start to answer the question, the OP no longer have the ability to delete it.
The only way around that would be to appeal to Quora moderation but Quora will want a good reason for the deletion.
I know of some questions that have been deleted because the person requested it had valid reason to have them deleted.
One set of circumstances— sometimes you will see questions that ask things about specific members.
That's an example of the kind of question Quora would be inclined to delete if the subject of the question requested it.
I'm sure there are other circumstances that might be applicable.
I only quoted that one kind because that’s what came to mind immediately.

Once a user adds a question there is a buffer period in which the user can delete the question.
Once that buffer period id done or if the question got even a single answer, users can no longer delete the question.
As per the Quora policy, Questions belong to the community and not to the user.
So questions can’t be deleted.

Now why so?
Because once the questions are added and got answers, now if the user who asked the question comes and delete the question, it will leave all the answers useless.
Answers are anchored to the questions, there can be no answer without a question.
So if other users spend time and effort to write answers, it is not fair to allow the question poster to delete the question.

Once answered, a question belongs to the Quora community.
You cannot delete them.
There are a couple of things you can do, however:

Once you ask them, questions effectively become property and you can't really delete them.
  There is a small window of time where you can, but it is exclusively when the question has no answers.
Most people aren't going to know you asked these questions anyway and if you don't want to be associated with them as much any more, you have two real options
Those are the only two real ways to "delete" if you can't because it has answers.
  Your name will still be in the history log, but much harder to identify with you.

As per Quora’s policy
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions.

If the question is still within this grace period, the OP can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the "…" link below the question title, then selecting the "Delete" option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
a simple question about English grammar, and all the answers at present have been enough to solve it.
There shouldn’t be any more answer to confuse other readers.
Even from the view of respondents, to
close such a question can save their energy for more other questions, doesn’t it?
Trying to define the border to close:
If Quora worries the OP is given too much power, you could establish a vote system.
Last but not the least, I will feel responsible to response when a “already finished” question keeps being answered.
It also wastes my energy.
I do respect Quora’s philosophy and you guys’ efforts to make the community more open.
But I also believe the community is mostly consisted of the users.
Quora will not decide its policy all by itself, will it?

Only Quora or the person that Asked the Question can delete a question.
If you Asked the Question, then merely go to the question, and you will see the “three little dots” just below the question and to the far right.
Click on those three dots and a list of options appears, and one of the last options is to Delete.
However, if you did Not ask the question you can Report the question for a variety of reasons or Down Vote the question which means fewer people will see the question, but you can not delete.
UPDATE: You can Not delete a question that You Asked if there are Answers to that question.
You can Only delete it if you asked it, Before someone posts an answer.
After that, merely report it to Quora, tell them you asked the question, and that you wish to have the question deleted.
However, why would Anyone ask a question and then want to delete what they asked??????? You are supposed to THINK before you push the submit button……

This is one reason why I don’t ask questions here.
In the 13 months I have been here I have asked just two questions.
I recently asked a third question and was rewarded with the usual message “Your question needs improvement”
I read and re-read the question and saw no scope for improvement.
I deleted the question right away.
The bot asked for a reason.
I gave the plain simple truth “You say the question needs improvement.
I say the bot needs improvement”
I have quietly and unobtrusively asked several questions here privately to a particular Quoran by including it in a comment to his/her post.
I have always got an answer and it never “needed improvement”
GV

You cannot delete a question that has answers.
You can delete answers but only one at a time.
There is no bulk “delete all” functionality.
However delete does not mean that the answer is actually erased as you can undo delete anytime.
To get close to a “real delete” you may consider overwriting an answer a few times with meaningless content (fill it with zeroes, say), saving each time and then finally deleting the last version.
Your original answer is still there but few revisions behind the current one, making it slightly harder for someone (Quora admin or someone with similar rights) to see.
Other option is to delete your account which will remove all your content from public view.
The content can (probably will) remain with Quora though.
See here for more on deleting an account – Quora's answer to How do I delete my Quora account?

Quora may not be the best place for you to obtain legal advice because the law is different in every jurisdictions and we do not have all the facts.
If you have evidence of a loan then charm won’t do much to help your ex.
There may be an issue of unjust enrichment which isn’t based on a simple loan, but is a complex legal issue for which I highly recommend you speak to a lawyer about.
If this is an “ex” then depending on how long you were together and other factors there may be issues of spousal or , if applicable, child support.
If you were married to him you need to get familiar with the Net Family Property equalization process in your jurisdiction.
Matrimonial homes also have special status in most jurisdictions…
There are a lot of to think about in a separation process.
Keep in mind that since he is your ex at least for a period of time, this person was your significant other.
Life is short.
All in all, it is always better to leave each other on good terms if at all possible, cherish the good time you had together and try to forgive and forget what didn’t go right.
Your ex may be at fault for causing you much pain, but how you will react to this situation is your responsibility (I know, nobody wants to hear that, but once you take responsibility you also gain control over your life).
I wish you the best!
God bless,
Al.

Users can only delete their questions on Quora if there are no answers to the question or if the question has less than 5 followers.
Once the question reaches one of these thresholds, the user can’t delete their questions.
In addition, if the question only has collapsed answers, the user can still delete their question.
However, Quora Moderation can delete a user’s question only if the question violates one of Quora’s policies.
Why doesn’t Quora allow user to delete questions once the threshold is reached? I believe the reason Quora doesn’t users to delete their questions is because Quora is trying to accomplish its purpose.
Quora is a question/answer site and its purpose is to spread knowledge.
Therefore, if users are constantly deleting questions with multiple answers or popular questions, Quora is setback from fulfilling its purpose.
This is because when a question is deleted, the answers and comments that it received are deleted with it as well.

I absolutely believe that you can DELETE a question! QUORA posted a question on my page; but all the way at the top, Quora wrote- JOKE QUESTION! You cannot even imagine the consequences of what they did! And, 100+ attorneys, law students, and others, took the time, experience, and knowledge to answer a FAKE QUESTION! I felt obligated to tell them! But, it was simply impossible to warn over 100 people! So, I just picked the first name at the top of the list.
She was an attorney, and she actually ACCUSED ME of ATTACKING and INSULTING her! She said “Congratulations”!- and then told me that she had BLOCKED and REPORTED ME! I definitely BLAME QUORA! Had they not posted that FAKE QUESTION!- NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED! I forgot to mention that she was able to have the last word! Which left me infuriated, incensed, and ENRAGED! WHY? Because I was NEVER given the opportunity/chance to explain and inform her that- not only did she, but everyone else had gotten PLAYED! And, since she chose to do that, I believe that she is beneath contempt! Because she was an Attorney!

That depends on your landlord, and on the state where you live.
If the notice was a Notice To Vacate (Eviction Notice), then it will be followed up by a Process Service when the landlord files an eviction suit against you on the sixth day.
Then you’ll have another 3–4 weeks before a Deputy Constable is there with your landlord, a moving crew, and a locksmith.
You’ll be left with a judgment against you in that case, which will affect your credit record, which will then affect any number of things, like interest rates on credit cards and car loans, and may affect ability to rent housing for the next several years.
In Texas, it takes about six weeks between the time an eviction notice is served and the time a tenant finds himself out at the curb along with everything he owns.
Also, in Texas, once your landlord has filed, moving while waiting for trial doesn’t change anything.
You’ll still have a judgment for back rent, court costs, and Possession.

You have a grace period during which you are permitted to delete your question.
Click the Options link directly below your question.
A drop down menu will appear and you should be able to click on Delete Question.

However, once this grace period is over, you will not be able to delete your question.
As per Quora's policy on question deletion:
There are three types of question deletions on Quora:

I don’t have a lot of experience with question-writing, but it looks like you cannot delete a question once it has answers.
The are a couple of reasons for this:
So if no one has responded to a question, you should be able to delete it, even though technically it belongs to the community.
Once there is an answer, that option goes away.
My research for this involved looking at my own questions, of which there are exactly two.
The one that has answers other than my own cannot be deleted.
The one no one has answered but me, on the other hand, can still be deleted, 8 months after I wrote it.

I am someone who overcame severe anxiety that caused me to quit high school and spent 10 years locked in my room because I was too afraid to leave the house.
I only went out when I absolutely had to.
I saw 7 therapists over 8 years and none of them had real solutions for me so I went at it on my own.
That’s when I found the tools to remove the cause of my anxiety.
I have been anxiety-free since 2009.
Although your issue is stress, the method I used to overcome my anxiety will work for you, too.
Here is what to do:
Go on YouTube and look up EFT for stress.
Depending on what you’re getting upset about, you can do a search for that, too.
Just look up EFT for ______ (whatever you get upset about).
There will be several videos there.
Watch some and follow along.
Warning! EFT is going to look ridiculous.
It’s going to involve tapping certain places on your face multiple times.
These are acupuncture points.
Just give it a shot and go with it.
You’ll be surprised at how well it works.
A good person to follow on Youtube is Brad Yates.
Some others are Carol Look and Nick and Jessica Ortner.
If you find EFT helpful, get the book My canada immigration AOR date is 1st Dec, 2018.
Yesterday I got a request for "additional documents required" from CIC.
They need information on SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION REQUEST FOR STUDENTS.
I am not a student and my wife is the primary applicant.
I am not sure what to respond on the following questions.
Please help me as I only have 6 more days to respond to these queries.
2- Proposed, current or past thesis.

We never had to create any thesis, should it be NA ?
3- Intended, current or past supervisor(s).

There were many professors who taught me during engineering? What should I write here ?
4- Supervisor(s) for previous studies
There were many professors who taught me during engineering? What should I write here ?
5- List of publication(s) and research papers
No publications or research papers were created by me.
Should it be NONE ?
6- Source(s) of funding for studies.

Education Loan from "State Bank of India" bank.

Since I got a job after my engineering, I paid the entire load in easy monthly installments and the entire loan was repaid by April 2010.
7- Upon return to your country, what employment plans do you have in place? At which company or
organisation and in what field of work?

What should I write here ?
Name of company : Are they asking my current company ?
Duties: Are they asking my current duties ?
Name of supervisor(s) : Are they asking name of my current Supervisors ?

here pal i stand with you i used it when i was 15 so hear me out ok ? all the places i hid my stuff, were immaculate spots my dad is a state trooper and had access to all my things EVERYTHING, sooner or later you hear something your not supposed to and someone slips up ans says they checked a spot and found nothing , thats when you hid your e cig there, you can use your dresser as a hidding spot.
if its on legs get tape and tape it to the bottom.
got a painting ? slip it behind there with tape.
got some kind of model car or anything still in the box ? depends on if you have a mod or a juul or an epic size matters in hidding spots.
got an old 1st gen ps2 ??? use it , theres a hard drive spot in the back thats got a cover on it to put in hard drives put it in there.
got any beats by dre cases for headphones ? put it in there with the headphones on top or next to it and put it in your back pack ( be sure your shit dont leak).
your bed , not under the mattress not in a pillow, get some tape and cut a hole in the bottom film of the bed big enough to get your hand into tape your vape to the inner film side and stash it there and use just a tiny bit if tape to seal it up.
also another thing , in plaine sight got somewhere you can put it behind a book shelf ? sure thats money its a dencent place.
got a wii controler ? depending on the size of your vape take out the batteries od the remote and break it down into two parts like all pod vapes usually do and put them in that an old binder .
put parts of it insidw the sleves on the inside and put some dummy papers in with it BOOM its school work an old pair of shoes u dont wear slip it in that and put it on the top level of your closet youd have to explain to me what all you have in your bedroom for a more detailed list

It said I can delete or edit my question at any time.
Why can't I delete one of my questions?

Who said you could delete your questions at any time? You can delete your questions until a certain level of activity occurs.
That's what the help pages say.
Meaning before there is an answer or some undisclosed number of views or minutes.
It wouldn't be fair to expect people to write answers and then have them deleted because you deleted the question.
Quora works on the theory that answers will be helpful to more than just the original asker.
Your name isn't up front with the question, though it can be found.
You can unfollow a question, and it will no longer show on your profile page.
That's irreversible.
You may edit questions, through you may end up fighting with the Quora Content Review bot about it.
Questions also get merged into similar questions, so ownership becomes an even more vague concept.
You can delete answers.
Those belong to you.

This is the question in question (little pun).
In most cases because there is already 1 answer you can't delete or edit it, there are a few caveats, because you are so new (looking from your credentials) what you are allowed to do is very limited.
I know, the fairness and all, but that's the way it is.
As you build trust and so on you get more privileges, I am already hearing the fairness again, not a lot of people understand or know this.
If you look below it mentions a “grace” period, this is a little ambiguous as I stated above, it depends on the “trust” level you have attained.
How do I delete my own question from Quora?
Per: What is Quora's policy on question deletion?
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions—see: Should I feel a sense of responsibility over questions that I ask on Quora?
If the question is still within this grace period, the person who asked the question (OP) can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the “…” link below the question title, then selecting the “Delete” option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.

Thanks for A2A, User-13229371654791414684 and Michelle Andrade
Per What is Quora's policy on question deletion?
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions—see: Should I feel a sense of responsibility over questions that I ask on Quora?
If the question is still within this grace period, the person who asked the question (OP) can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the “…” link below the question title, then selecting the “Delete” option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
Source: Quora Official Account

As been written by Quora admins
There are three types of question deletions on Quora:
Some reasons why moderators may delete a question include:

How do I delete my question from Quora? I keep getting notifications about needing improvement.

It would be helpful if you provided a link to the question in question (does that work?).
When a question gets tagged for needing improvement, its distribution is limited, with fewer people seeing it.
This means that someone like me who has no problem editing questions for clarity, content or format might not see it.
I did a quick edit on this question to clean it up some.
To answer the question specifically, deleting is not an option.
Once the question is written, and in this case, answered, then the content becomes pretty much the property of the domain.
Deleting the question would also put the answer in limbo, and even it the answer is “stupid”, it still belongs to the author.

One thing you might try is search for questions that are very similar to yours, then merge them.
The answer in yours will become an answer for the new merged question.
No guarantees that it will remain there, but it’s worth try.

How do I delete my own question from Quora?

From our Help Center article, If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
For more information about Quora’s features and frequently asked questions, check out our
Vyacheslav
and Palak Pandit,
First, you can only delete your own question on Quora, not anyone else’s question.
Second, I have several ideas for how to delete your own question from Quora.
—Sarah M.
, posted 13 May 2018 (updated 20 March 2019) — Be nice, be respectful

MERGED INTO: How do I delete my own question from Quora?
ORIGINAL QUESTION: Is it still possible to delete your question on Quora?

Thanks for the A2A, Tommy White.
How do you delete a question you asked here on Quora?
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but your options are limited on that one.
Quora has some unambiguous policies regarding the ownership of questions and answers.
The policy goes something like this:
How does this equate to actual practice?
If someone posts an answer, he or she can delete it at any time.
However, if someone posts a question, he or she has a limited amount of time in which he or she is allowed to delete it.
My thinking is that this time is dictated by whether somebody answers the question or not.
Once people start to answer the question, the OP no longer have the ability to delete it.
The only way around that would be to appeal to Quora moderation but Quora will want a good reason for the deletion.
I know of some questions that have been deleted because the person requested it had valid reason to have them deleted.
One set of circumstances— sometimes you will see questions that ask things about specific members.
That's an example of the kind of question Quora would be inclined to delete if the subject of the question requested it.
I'm sure there are other circumstances that might be applicable.
I only quoted that one kind because that’s what came to mind immediately.

Once a user adds a question there is a buffer period in which the user can delete the question.
Once that buffer period id done or if the question got even a single answer, users can no longer delete the question.
As per the Quora policy, Questions belong to the community and not to the user.
So questions can’t be deleted.

Now why so?
Because once the questions are added and got answers, now if the user who asked the question comes and delete the question, it will leave all the answers useless.
Answers are anchored to the questions, there can be no answer without a question.
So if other users spend time and effort to write answers, it is not fair to allow the question poster to delete the question.

Once answered, a question belongs to the Quora community.
You cannot delete them.
There are a couple of things you can do, however:

Once you ask them, questions effectively become property and you can't really delete them.
  There is a small window of time where you can, but it is exclusively when the question has no answers.
Most people aren't going to know you asked these questions anyway and if you don't want to be associated with them as much any more, you have two real options
Those are the only two real ways to "delete" if you can't because it has answers.
  Your name will still be in the history log, but much harder to identify with you.

As per Quora’s policy
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions.

If the question is still within this grace period, the OP can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the "…" link below the question title, then selecting the "Delete" option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
a simple question about English grammar, and all the answers at present have been enough to solve it.
There shouldn’t be any more answer to confuse other readers.
Even from the view of respondents, to
close such a question can save their energy for more other questions, doesn’t it?
Trying to define the border to close:
If Quora worries the OP is given too much power, you could establish a vote system.
Last but not the least, I will feel responsible to response when a “already finished” question keeps being answered.
It also wastes my energy.
I do respect Quora’s philosophy and you guys’ efforts to make the community more open.
But I also believe the community is mostly consisted of the users.
Quora will not decide its policy all by itself, will it?

Only Quora or the person that Asked the Question can delete a question.
If you Asked the Question, then merely go to the question, and you will see the “three little dots” just below the question and to the far right.
Click on those three dots and a list of options appears, and one of the last options is to Delete.
However, if you did Not ask the question you can Report the question for a variety of reasons or Down Vote the question which means fewer people will see the question, but you can not delete.
UPDATE: You can Not delete a question that You Asked if there are Answers to that question.
You can Only delete it if you asked it, Before someone posts an answer.
After that, merely report it to Quora, tell them you asked the question, and that you wish to have the question deleted.
However, why would Anyone ask a question and then want to delete what they asked??????? You are supposed to THINK before you push the submit button……

This is one reason why I don’t ask questions here.
In the 13 months I have been here I have asked just two questions.
I recently asked a third question and was rewarded with the usual message “Your question needs improvement”
I read and re-read the question and saw no scope for improvement.
I deleted the question right away.
The bot asked for a reason.
I gave the plain simple truth “You say the question needs improvement.
I say the bot needs improvement”
I have quietly and unobtrusively asked several questions here privately to a particular Quoran by including it in a comment to his/her post.
I have always got an answer and it never “needed improvement”
GV

You cannot delete a question that has answers.
You can delete answers but only one at a time.
There is no bulk “delete all” functionality.
However delete does not mean that the answer is actually erased as you can undo delete anytime.
To get close to a “real delete” you may consider overwriting an answer a few times with meaningless content (fill it with zeroes, say), saving each time and then finally deleting the last version.
Your original answer is still there but few revisions behind the current one, making it slightly harder for someone (Quora admin or someone with similar rights) to see.
Other option is to delete your account which will remove all your content from public view.
The content can (probably will) remain with Quora though.
See here for more on deleting an account – Quora's answer to How do I delete my Quora account?

Quora may not be the best place for you to obtain legal advice because the law is different in every jurisdictions and we do not have all the facts.
If you have evidence of a loan then charm won’t do much to help your ex.
There may be an issue of unjust enrichment which isn’t based on a simple loan, but is a complex legal issue for which I highly recommend you speak to a lawyer about.
If this is an “ex” then depending on how long you were together and other factors there may be issues of spousal or , if applicable, child support.
If you were married to him you need to get familiar with the Net Family Property equalization process in your jurisdiction.
Matrimonial homes also have special status in most jurisdictions…
There are a lot of to think about in a separation process.
Keep in mind that since he is your ex at least for a period of time, this person was your significant other.
Life is short.
All in all, it is always better to leave each other on good terms if at all possible, cherish the good time you had together and try to forgive and forget what didn’t go right.
Your ex may be at fault for causing you much pain, but how you will react to this situation is your responsibility (I know, nobody wants to hear that, but once you take responsibility you also gain control over your life).
I wish you the best!
God bless,
Al.

Users can only delete their questions on Quora if there are no answers to the question or if the question has less than 5 followers.
Once the question reaches one of these thresholds, the user can’t delete their questions.
In addition, if the question only has collapsed answers, the user can still delete their question.
However, Quora Moderation can delete a user’s question only if the question violates one of Quora’s policies.
Why doesn’t Quora allow user to delete questions once the threshold is reached? I believe the reason Quora doesn’t users to delete their questions is because Quora is trying to accomplish its purpose.
Quora is a question/answer site and its purpose is to spread knowledge.
Therefore, if users are constantly deleting questions with multiple answers or popular questions, Quora is setback from fulfilling its purpose.
This is because when a question is deleted, the answers and comments that it received are deleted with it as well.

I absolutely believe that you can DELETE a question! QUORA posted a question on my page; but all the way at the top, Quora wrote- JOKE QUESTION! You cannot even imagine the consequences of what they did! And, 100+ attorneys, law students, and others, took the time, experience, and knowledge to answer a FAKE QUESTION! I felt obligated to tell them! But, it was simply impossible to warn over 100 people! So, I just picked the first name at the top of the list.
She was an attorney, and she actually ACCUSED ME of ATTACKING and INSULTING her! She said “Congratulations”!- and then told me that she had BLOCKED and REPORTED ME! I definitely BLAME QUORA! Had they not posted that FAKE QUESTION!- NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED! I forgot to mention that she was able to have the last word! Which left me infuriated, incensed, and ENRAGED! WHY? Because I was NEVER given the opportunity/chance to explain and inform her that- not only did she, but everyone else had gotten PLAYED! And, since she chose to do that, I believe that she is beneath contempt! Because she was an Attorney!

That depends on your landlord, and on the state where you live.
If the notice was a Notice To Vacate (Eviction Notice), then it will be followed up by a Process Service when the landlord files an eviction suit against you on the sixth day.
Then you’ll have another 3–4 weeks before a Deputy Constable is there with your landlord, a moving crew, and a locksmith.
You’ll be left with a judgment against you in that case, which will affect your credit record, which will then affect any number of things, like interest rates on credit cards and car loans, and may affect ability to rent housing for the next several years.
In Texas, it takes about six weeks between the time an eviction notice is served and the time a tenant finds himself out at the curb along with everything he owns.
Also, in Texas, once your landlord has filed, moving while waiting for trial doesn’t change anything.
You’ll still have a judgment for back rent, court costs, and Possession.

You have a grace period during which you are permitted to delete your question.
Click the Options link directly below your question.
A drop down menu will appear and you should be able to click on Delete Question.

However, once this grace period is over, you will not be able to delete your question.
As per Quora's policy on question deletion:
There are three types of question deletions on Quora:

I don’t have a lot of experience with question-writing, but it looks like you cannot delete a question once it has answers.
The are a couple of reasons for this:
So if no one has responded to a question, you should be able to delete it, even though technically it belongs to the community.
Once there is an answer, that option goes away.
My research for this involved looking at my own questions, of which there are exactly two.
The one that has answers other than my own cannot be deleted.
The one no one has answered but me, on the other hand, can still be deleted, 8 months after I wrote it.

I am someone who overcame severe anxiety that caused me to quit high school and spent 10 years locked in my room because I was too afraid to leave the house.
I only went out when I absolutely had to.
I saw 7 therapists over 8 years and none of them had real solutions for me so I went at it on my own.
That’s when I found the tools to remove the cause of my anxiety.
I have been anxiety-free since 2009.
Although your issue is stress, the method I used to overcome my anxiety will work for you, too.
Here is what to do:
Go on YouTube and look up EFT for stress.
Depending on what you’re getting upset about, you can do a search for that, too.
Just look up EFT for ______ (whatever you get upset about).
There will be several videos there.
Watch some and follow along.
Warning! EFT is going to look ridiculous.
It’s going to involve tapping certain places on your face multiple times.
These are acupuncture points.
Just give it a shot and go with it.
You’ll be surprised at how well it works.
A good person to follow on Youtube is Brad Yates.
Some others are Carol Look and Nick and Jessica Ortner.
If you find EFT helpful, get the book My canada immigration AOR date is 1st Dec, 2018.
Yesterday I got a request for "additional documents required" from CIC.
They need information on SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION REQUEST FOR STUDENTS.
I am not a student and my wife is the primary applicant.
I am not sure what to respond on the following questions.
Please help me as I only have 6 more days to respond to these queries.
2- Proposed, current or past thesis.

We never had to create any thesis, should it be NA ?
3- Intended, current or past supervisor(s).

There were many professors who taught me during engineering? What should I write here ?
4- Supervisor(s) for previous studies
There were many professors who taught me during engineering? What should I write here ?
5- List of publication(s) and research papers
No publications or research papers were created by me.
Should it be NONE ?
6- Source(s) of funding for studies.

Education Loan from "State Bank of India" bank.

Since I got a job after my engineering, I paid the entire load in easy monthly installments and the entire loan was repaid by April 2010.
7- Upon return to your country, what employment plans do you have in place? At which company or
organisation and in what field of work?

What should I write here ?
Name of company : Are they asking my current company ?
Duties: Are they asking my current duties ?
Name of supervisor(s) : Are they asking name of my current Supervisors ?

here pal i stand with you i used it when i was 15 so hear me out ok ? all the places i hid my stuff, were immaculate spots my dad is a state trooper and had access to all my things EVERYTHING, sooner or later you hear something your not supposed to and someone slips up ans says they checked a spot and found nothing , thats when you hid your e cig there, you can use your dresser as a hidding spot.
if its on legs get tape and tape it to the bottom.
got a painting ? slip it behind there with tape.
got some kind of model car or anything still in the box ? depends on if you have a mod or a juul or an epic size matters in hidding spots.
got an old 1st gen ps2 ??? use it , theres a hard drive spot in the back thats got a cover on it to put in hard drives put it in there.
got any beats by dre cases for headphones ? put it in there with the headphones on top or next to it and put it in your back pack ( be sure your shit dont leak).
your bed , not under the mattress not in a pillow, get some tape and cut a hole in the bottom film of the bed big enough to get your hand into tape your vape to the inner film side and stash it there and use just a tiny bit if tape to seal it up.
also another thing , in plaine sight got somewhere you can put it behind a book shelf ? sure thats money its a dencent place.
got a wii controler ? depending on the size of your vape take out the batteries od the remote and break it down into two parts like all pod vapes usually do and put them in that an old binder .
put parts of it insidw the sleves on the inside and put some dummy papers in with it BOOM its school work an old pair of shoes u dont wear slip it in that and put it on the top level of your closet youd have to explain to me what all you have in your bedroom for a more detailed list

It said I can delete or edit my question at any time.
Why can't I delete one of my questions?

Who said you could delete your questions at any time? You can delete your questions until a certain level of activity occurs.
That's what the help pages say.
Meaning before there is an answer or some undisclosed number of views or minutes.
It wouldn't be fair to expect people to write answers and then have them deleted because you deleted the question.
Quora works on the theory that answers will be helpful to more than just the original asker.
Your name isn't up front with the question, though it can be found.
You can unfollow a question, and it will no longer show on your profile page.
That's irreversible.
You may edit questions, through you may end up fighting with the Quora Content Review bot about it.
Questions also get merged into similar questions, so ownership becomes an even more vague concept.
You can delete answers.
Those belong to you.

This is the question in question (little pun).
In most cases because there is already 1 answer you can't delete or edit it, there are a few caveats, because you are so new (looking from your credentials) what you are allowed to do is very limited.
I know, the fairness and all, but that's the way it is.
As you build trust and so on you get more privileges, I am already hearing the fairness again, not a lot of people understand or know this.
If you look below it mentions a “grace” period, this is a little ambiguous as I stated above, it depends on the “trust” level you have attained.
How do I delete my own question from Quora?
Per: What is Quora's policy on question deletion?
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions—see: Should I feel a sense of responsibility over questions that I ask on Quora?
If the question is still within this grace period, the person who asked the question (OP) can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the “…” link below the question title, then selecting the “Delete” option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.

Thanks for A2A, User-13229371654791414684 and Michelle Andrade
Per What is Quora's policy on question deletion?
After adding a question, the OP (original poster of the question) has a grace period during which he or she is permitted to delete the question; this grace period ends when a certain level of activity on the page has occurred.
This policy is consistent with Quora's philosophy that questions belong to the community and OPs do not have ownership over their questions—see: Should I feel a sense of responsibility over questions that I ask on Quora?
If the question is still within this grace period, the person who asked the question (OP) can delete it by visiting their question page, clicking on the “…” link below the question title, then selecting the “Delete” option.
If this option isn’t present, it means the question can no longer be deleted by the OP.
Source: Quora Official Account

As been written by Quora admins
There are three types of question deletions on Quora:
Some reasons why moderators may delete a question include:

Updated: 25.06.2019 — 3:21 pm

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