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Re: How does Sitecore "match" a pattern card for personalization?

I posted this question as an example of something a marketer might post. Adam knows who I am, so that maybe affected his answer, but I don't think many marketers will know what Euclidean distance is. :) Is there some way we can tag or flag posts to indicate that the user is looking for a non-technical / "ELI5" answer?

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My suggestion is follow up with a comment on the answer asking them to clarify with more details. I have no idea what Euclidean distance is either... but there is no reason that;

  • you have to accept the answer
  • you have to upvote the answer. Downvote if you think it is wrong
  • somebody else can provide an answer
  • you can provide your own answer, expanding on any of the other answers already provided if you feel they are insufficient
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  • Yeah I suppose a tag might be overkill. Just trying to avoid frustration for non-technical folk. – nickwesselman Sep 22 '16 at 20:31
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    I agree with this. Ultimately, the question asker will have to make the decision on whether or not an answer provides the right amount of ELI5-ness or not. If they don't understand a response, they can make a comment about it, and the user that answered can change their answer to accomodate much like Adam Conn did. – Pete Navarra Sep 23 '16 at 17:56

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