There are many instances when a question receives satisfactory answers yet none of them is accepted. Specifically, in situations when the asker has explicitly commented below useful answers that their problems were resolved or made no comment anywhere at all, and if I am not one of the answerers, I tend to leave this message:
If you are satisfied with any of the answers below, consider accepting it by clicking the tick mark button next to the answer. Doing so will reward reputation points to you and the answerer for taking the time out to help you. If you are not satisfied, please feel free to comment on their answers and ask for clarification.
However, when I am one of the $(\ge2)$ answerers of such a question, it seems inappropriate to post this message as the asker may be obliged to accept my answer. Thus my questions are:
$(1)$ Is it against rules to open an alternate account solely for gently reminding askers to accept useful answers in such situations, without obliging them to accept my answer? This throw-away account would not be used for any other purpose, flouting rules or abuse. Would this be considered an "interaction" with my main account? Related: I have 7 accounts is this ok.
$(2)$ Notwithstanding the rules, will it be perceived as offensive by the community?
$(3)$ Is it not worth the effort? I guess some old users would come to associate the alternate with my main account due to its specific behaviour over time, denting its utility. But the primary aim is to conceal my identity generally from new and relatively low reputation askers.
$(4)$ If the answer to any question above is "YES", is there a better alternative to achieve what I want? I am not looking for feature-suggestions, but only what can be done using the current functionality.
Thanks for your time.