Vote question up
What is voting up?
Voting up is how the community indicates which questions are most likely to be useful on the site.
When should I vote up?
Whenever you encounter a question that you feel will be both useful to other readers and interesting to experts, vote it up!
You can only upvote 5 questions on a given proposal, so avoid questions that are exceedingly broad or trivial, as these may be closed.
You're limited to 30 votes (up and down) per day, across all proposals on Area51, so use them wisely!
How do I vote up?
Click the large up arrows to the left of each question.
You can undo your vote by clicking the same vote button. To change a vote from up to down, click the down arrow without undoing the upvote, and vice versa.
Should I vote a question up even if I think the question might be inappropriate?
Sure! If you think a question is useful and interesting enough to spend one of your five upvotes on, go for it. But consider leaving a comment voicing your concerns, as other users may feel likewise, and perhaps together you'll find a way to address the issues. You can even vote a question up and vote to close it, although if you feel that strongly you're probably better off voting up a different question.