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'Who'-Bot: Marking messages as 'helpful' for more qualified "Who knows about..." answers.

The 'Who'-Bot brings a feature to search colleagues with specific knowledges.
'Who' therefore answers a "Who knows about..."-question with a list of Team users.
This knowledge of one user seems to be based on the users posts with the keyword given in the "Who knows about..."-query.
Therefore it would be great to be able to mark posts/chat message as 'helpful' or mark a message as 'verified answer'. Then only users who wrote helpful messages to a topic are listed in a result of a "Who knows about..." question.
Alternatively you could emphasize these users in the result set.

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  • Daniel Davis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Is there way to find out the specific parameters the program is using to give the top results? For example, is the AI considering length of conversations around the given word/ phrase or just counting how many times a person uses the word/phrase?

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