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The best answer to any question
Quora's mission is to share and grow the world's knowledge. We want to democratize access to knowledge of all kinds—from politics to painting, cooking to coding, etymology to experiences—so if someone out there knows something, anyone else can learn it. Quora makes it easy to get your questions answered, share your own knowledge, and browse the most interesting information people across the world want to share.
About Quora
A place to get answers
Questions you ask on Quora are distributed to a vast network of people, from experts and authorities to regular folks with relevant knowledge. The answers are then archived and organized so they can be accessed by anyone else with the same question. Quora is the best place to find the answer to anything you want to know.
A place to share what you know
Quora is focused on being the best place to share what you know, with great writing tools and incredible distribution for writers of all kinds. Whether you want to get an instant audience with your expertise or to help others learn from your life experiences, Quora is the best place to write online.
A place to read
Quora learns about your interests and tastes as you use it, and curates high-quality reading just for you. This makes learning even easier, and it also makes Quora the best place to find great writing on nearly any topic. Quora is the best place to read online.
A place to think
Quora is a safe space online for people to read, write, and share. Our community is supportive and civil, and our moderation policies help us ensure that it remains so as it grows-we invest heavily in combating abuse and harassment. No matter who you are or what your background is, on Quora you'll have a troll-free space to share your knowledge with others.
“Quora is the place where a normal teenager from a remote Asian country can get direct advice and information from the world's top astronauts, programmers, novelists and many others.”
Rajeeb Banstola
High school science student, Nepal