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Basic functions

Top stories

Adding questions

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Add Quora to Android Search

Post pictures

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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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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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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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If you want to pose a new question on Quora, you have to do so through the Search tool.
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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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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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Quora for Android lets you embed photos from your Gallery or Camera app, directly into your posts.
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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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