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The accepted answer is the answer the question owner thought best met their needs. Accepting is encouraged but never required. This tag is for *discussing* issues related to accepted answers, not indicating that the tagged question *has* an accepted answer.

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If you are only looking for questions of yours that have no accepted answer you can use the search user:me hasaccepted:no. To get a list of your questions with no accepted answer but at least one answ …
answered Feb 2 '17 by user642796
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I would imagine that if it were not okay/ethical the system would have been set up to not allow it. Sometimes users make mistakes when accepting answers; sometimes users are too hasty in accepting th …
answered Mar 14 '13 by user642796
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At the end of the day the decision is mainly up to you. Here are some of my own personal thoughts: Upvote any answer that has been helpful to you. Maybe they don't fully answer your question, but i …
answered May 22 '15 by user642796
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In addition to search, you can use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer, although the data there is only updated on a weekly basis. (Mind you, for users with a large number of answers, I wouldn't expect t …
answered Dec 4 '14 by user642796
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Yes, unaccepting the answer will remove the 15 reputation points earned by having an accepted answer. Of course, if you later decide to accept the answer again, those 15 reputation points will be retu …
answered Nov 7 '14 by user642796
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While there is no specific privilege for accepting answers, the following is from the description of the "create posts" privilege: When you have decided which answer is the most helpful to you, ma …
answered Feb 7 '14 by user642796