Understanding the 'Safe to Solve' Tag on Chegg Questions

New Feature- 'Safe to Solve' on Chegg Q&A!

Introducing the "Safe to Solve" tag on the Chegg Q&A dashboard.

Questions labeled as "Safe to Solve"  on the "Question Deciding Page" are those questions that have been reviewed and marked acceptable to be solved, as they are compliant with the Q&A authoring guidelines. Therefore, they can be attempted.

Please take note of the following information:
  1. If a question does not have the ‘Safe to Solve’ tag, -> kindly review it first as per the authoring guidelines, and only then proceed to solve it. Learn everything about the Chegg Authoring Guidelines here.
  2. If you find an Incomplete question with a Safe to Solve tag, please skip it under the ‘I cannot solve this question, because: Question is incomplete’ category. 

Is the "safe to solve" tag provided for all questions that adhere to the Chegg Authoring Guidelines? Should questions without the "safe" tag be skipped without attempting them directly?

The answer is no. The "safe to solve" tag will only be assigned to questions where the system has a 100% confidence level. For questions without the "safe to solve" label, please treat them as any other question, meaning that review them yourself as per the  authoring guidelines and proceed as usual. 


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