Getting started

If you're just getting started with Quora, be sure to poke around and start following topics, users, and even questions. That way you'll always have a fresh stream of content populating your feed.
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Basic functions

Just like the full Web site, Quora for Android lets perform basic functions like answer, share, comment, follow, upvote, and more.
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Top stories

Organize your Home feed by Top stories or Recent stories. To move between pages, you can either use the tabs along the top or swipe the left and right.
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Adding questions

If you want to pose a new question on Quora, you have to do so through the Search tool.
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Push notifications

If you want to stay on top of your Quora feed, be sure to adjust your notifications settings via the App Settings menu.
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Add Quora to Android Search

Once you start typing a query into your Android Search bar, you'll get instant results from Quora as well as other sources. But first, you must add Quora to your Android Search settings.
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Post pictures

Quora for Android lets you embed photos from your Gallery or Camera app, directly into your posts.
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Home screen widget

The built-in Quora widget adds Top Answers right to your Home screen. It's convenient, but we would've liked to see custom feeds here.
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