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Request to add view counter for every question. [closed]

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Closed as duplicate by manassehkatz‭ on Jan 24, 2021 at 02:30

This question has been addressed elsewhere. See: Should we display the number of views?

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Whenever I post a question it takes a long time for someone to answer it. I do not know if someone is atleast active in the community or not. I know this community is to help each other's problems for free and immediate response may not be possible but at the same time knowing that someone has actually read our problem gives some kind of satisfaction.

So, I request the Codidact Team to make a feature indicating the number of views of that particular question (excluding the view of original poster and also single view per user incase he opens that question multiple times).

Thanks in advance.

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At the moment this is probably a Dev. question for @ArtOfCode If this information is already tracked then displaying is easy. But I suspect it may not be, and tracking properly may be a significant DB load. manassehkatz‭ about 1 month ago

Not already tracked, no. Might be one we add at some point, but there's some significant considerations in implementation. ArtOfCode‭ about 1 month ago

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