Friday, 23 October 2020

Introducing Question 2 Answer!

Question 2 Answer or Q&A is a new feature on QCosta Rica, a place where people ask and answer questions on any topic relating to Costa Rica. Why not share your facts, opinions and personal experiences with the QCostaRica  community?

qa160adAsking is a snap. Ask a question on any topic that matters to you, so that other people can give you answers. We ask that the topic matter be on Costa Rica.

Share what you know. Answer open questions. Your question is open for others to answer.

You can also use the search box to locate questions and answers related to specific words and phrases.

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Discover. Browse answered questions, and tap into the wealth of ideas and experiences that people have shared.

Best of all it is 100% free. The Q&A section is advertiser driven, so click on the banners and links to keep the section alive.

No registration is required to ask a question. Registering, however, allows you to be notified by email of answers to your question, modify your question or your answers to other people’s questions.  Your account profile allows to set your notifications settings, even turn it off, if that is what you want.


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