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As a relatively new user of Dynamics 365 / CRM forums (after an absence of a few years) I have been posting a few questions recently and received some help along the way. I try to put a resolution at the end of my posts so as to maybe help someone else get an answer in the future.
I also where appropriate mark a thread entry as a Verified answer.
However, additionally, I have seen references to closing posts amongst some of the posts I have read. Is this the same thing as marking an answer as verified?
What is the best way of ending a Post and maybe marking it as answered/verified?
Yes, marking suggested answers as verified answers is one of the most powerful assets of the forums.
Often, marking a suggested answer as verified will end the post, but there can be multiple suggested answers, and sometimes even multiple verified answers.
There isn't really a routine way to 'close' posts other than for a moderator to 'lock' a thread, which is unusual.
We have just updated our suggested/verified answers help page, so we invite you to check it out:
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