You have a couple of options knowing if someone answered your question:
a) Profile: Notification option: If you click on your name to see your profile in the AnswersForum, you will see there is a "User Tools" option. Select "email notifications settings" and you will see multiple options to receive emails on changes, including new answers to your question. The system will "push" an email to you if an answer is contributed.
b) RSS feeds: A question can be followed with an RSS reader such as Google Reader. To the right of the question you can click "subscribe me". In this case, the system doesn't push updates to you but your RSS reader pulls changes (such as a new answer) to you.
A for letting people know when you think an answer is correct, you can vote it up by clicking the "thumbs-up" button near the answer. If you are the original submittor of the question (our a community manager in TBCommons), you can also declare the question as correct which will change the answer to green.
Similarly, if you think the answer is wrong or off-topic, you can vote the answer down with the "thumbs-down".
answered Oct 17 '11 at 12:22
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