Quora is a question and answer website similar to Quemuse
I hail from Quora. Quora is more versatile, but older.
This new platform could very well be the future.
Chuck us a follow, quora.com/jonathan-davis-390
I feel that Quemuse has a far more attractive, almost alluring design. Quora I feel is kind of bland.
Answering and asking questions on Quemuse is a lot quicker, sleeker, and easier. I find that reading a question and its answers on Quora can be confusing. Although, I really like how you can request answers from specific people on Quora.
This site has huge potential because of how simple and straightforward it is. People love using things that are fast and easy. It also has the potential to be bigger than a Q&A platform by how flexible the site is.
Quora has established its platform for years and has endless content, but Quemuse is an ultramodern and recently developed platform, therefore it would be unfair to compare the numbers.
Both platforms are amazing Q&A communities and I’m more interested in what Quemuse can become.
I just got here from Quora.
I must say that my first impressions of the site are quite good. I like the sleek style. I like the contemporary-ness.
However, There are a few things I don’t like:
- Quemuse seems to be geared toward gaming and technology- Quora is geared towards knowledge, period.
- Quemuse appears more as a forum than a place to ask, answer, and share information. I haven’t read many answers, but I see informal wording of questions that look more like Reddit or other forum thread titles.
- Short answers seem to be encouraged. Another thing that makes this like a forum
- The concept of ‘reply’, rather than answer, also makes this more like a forum
All this can be sacrificed for a sleeker style, potential improvements, and more experience.
By ‘more experience’, I mean me being on here more.
We’ll see what happens. I don’t mind trying new things. But I’mma stick with Quora for right now.
Read my answer on this on Quora: Ian Howe’s answer to What are your thoughts on Quemuse?
Quemuse seems like a potentially large Q&A site. It seems to be made out as a forum (such as Reddit) instead of a blunt answer-the-question deal.
Quemuse also seems to have a sleeker design. The messages function is brilliant, with added designs that Quora doesn’t have like italic, bold, and emojis.
Also, I’ve noticed that many answers on Quemuse are shorter than you would see on Quora – on Quora, if you were to write a short answer such as this one, it may be overlooked or completely deleted from the site.
Overall, both sites are excellent quality, although overall I’d prefer Quora, but I am sort of biased since I’ve been on Quemuse for barely a day.
Quora is for boomers(kidding). Sure people there offer good advice but I feel like it’s too one sided most of the time. I feel like here there is a broader selection of opinions on a topic. Could be due to the fact quora questions are usually more serious but I enjoy the trivial-ness of Quemuse. I feel like quemuse initial audience is geared towards technology enthusiasts like myself but over time it will change. I do like that it’s mainly about technology though at the moment.
Quemuse looks pretty nice, but it’ll never be as good as Quora in my opinion. Sure there are idiots on Quora, but there probably will be here to.
Here are the pros:
- I like that you don’t have to use your full, real name. I have quite a few options to pick from considering there aren’t too many people here.
- like the last point, there aren’t nearly as many people here. Little amount of people is always good in my eyes.
-I like the overall design of the place.
Now for the cons:
-I’m just starting to write here, so I don’t know how to do shit.
-I’m pretty sure there aren’t spaces here. Crappy spam spaces are annoying, but Quora does have some nice ones to balance it out.
But overall, this place seems pretty cool, and I’ll most likely start writing on here too.
Welcome to Quemuse and it’s great to have you here!
I’ll try my best to prove you wrong
I feel like Quemuse is more of a legitimately good-natured community, and that Quora doesn’t have as many people who know as much about technology.
I like Quora and Quemuse. It seems like the Quemuse community is more tech focused than Quora and I like that. I’d love to send the same question to both communities and see what kind of answers I get in return.
Like many others have mentioned, I also like the design of Quemuse. It’s new and refreshing.
Really appreciate the kind words, Lauren!
Tthank you for creating this for the world, @Alex. I look forward to watching Quemuse grow!
Target college / university students.
Bring community from programming world.
From productivity world.
I like this platform and I also like quora. Don’t compare. One is legend and one have an opportunity to be a great place for discussion.
Thank you for your helpful insight, Spider.
Your welcome , Alex.