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13 Best Quora Alternatives You Should Know

Quora Alternatives

If you have an unanswered question, one of the go-to sources is Quora. You can benefit from the knowledge of thousands of users while sharing your information as well. It is the best place to be if you need help and no one you asked can give you an answer. If you are looking for more than one website to broaden your vision, you have come to the right place.

Here is a list of Quora alternatives that can help make your life, work, or studies easier.


Reddit is a platform where you can upload news and discuss them with fellow users. The topics go from any type of movie to gaming, trading stocks or sports news, so there is a place here for every type of interest. It’s also a great place to debate some news in society, a new place to drink or eat, a new store or a new phone app. You name it, it’s all there!

It is easy to create an account and you can start participating in discussions or even starting your own thread with some news that you came across.


Another great one is WikiHow. You can browse through the categories on this website and find the answer to your question. Here you can find anything, from relationship advice to travel recommendations, how to care for your pets or how to choose the perfect wine.

Same as Reddit, you can download it from Play Store and install it on your Android smartphone.

There is also a Pro version for this one, so make sure you check that one out as well.

3.Experts Exchange

Unlike the first two, Expert Exchange is used by professionals that have a technical questions to ask. You can find answers if you are a programmer or an engineer, but most of the topics are for software developers.

You can activate a trial for this spectacular database, and if you are content with it, you can pay for the subscription for the full version.

Aside from the questions you can ask, there are also lots of tutorials on this website, so that you can enhance your knowledge.

4.Just Answer

Just Answer is another great platform when you seek advice from an expert. The process is simple, you ask the question, the website matches you with your expert and they help you with your issue. It can be technical, medical, or legal, you can find a lot of useful topics there.

You can choose to pay for a monthly subscription or ask only one question. Keep in mind that each category you need has different pricing since the complexity of the problem can also differ.

5.Stack Overflow

If you have a technical question in the programming field, another option for you is Stack Overflow. It’s a great choice if you need to share information with all the users, or only with your team. They have a great feature that allows big or small companies to have a workspace of their own, where they can debate different technical issues.

So, for all the programmers out there, this one is perfect for you, so you should check it out!


The next platform on the list is a well-known one. Founded in 1996, this one has been through a lot of changes over the past few years. At the present, it’s a great information source if you are preparing homework or studying for a test or exam.

Therefore, it’s one of the top choices for students or parents that are trying to help their children in better understand their school assignments.


Next up in line, Fluther is a free website that pairs your knowledge with the relevant questions. You can browse through the categories there, or you can ask a new question and receive relevant information from the other users.

Unlike the more technical ones, this one is made for conversations, and the answers you get are usually simply people’s opinions and are not certified. So, you should use this platform if you have a question that doesn’t need technical knowledge and is based on people’s opinions.


This platform is similar to Quora or Reddit since it also considers news. It understands your areas of interest and recommends news based on that. Basically, by using this platform, you will save some time for what matters and will be avoiding useless content that crowds up our minds every day.

Another great feature is that you can download it both on your iPhone and your Android smartphone and save some of the news for offline reading. This will prove useful if you travel a lot by plane.

9.Stack Exchange

On Stack Exchange you can find, aside from Stack Overflow, which is a child company, lots of different Q&A platforms, based on the topic you need answers to.

You can find gaming, writing, science, or mathematics, so it would be a great idea to check out the platform as well.

You can create a profile here and use it for every platform and you can enter in the global search bar the problem you need advice for and start looking through the results.

 10.Ask Fm

This next platform is more of a socializing platform. The way it works is that you can ask a person, anonymously, any question you have for them. Moreover, it’s also a dating site, since the topics vary a lot and it’s a great way to get to know the person better.

You simply create a profile, and you can also share the link where people can ask you some questions on Facebook or any other social media account you have.


You can find answers to most questions on Answerbag as well. The categories are diverse, from legal questions to travel and hobbies, you can simply click on a category and browse through the questions or ask one yourself.

It is easy to use, with a simple interface, and you can also share your view on an issue with other users.

 12.The Answer Bank

Like the other platforms on the list, on The Answer Bank, you can debate social and economical problems, and you can find answers to riddles or quizzes or even crossword puzzles. You can ask your question, or you can scroll through the questions that were already asked by other users.

Creating an account is very simple and it has a user-friendly interface, so there is no reason not to try it out next time you find yourself in need of an answer.


The well-known Pinterest also deserves a place on our list. You can browse there through millions of articles, full of advice, recipes, and inspiration. You can’t ask questions on Pinterest, however, it’s easy to research until you find your answer.

There are many articles on how to do different projects yourself, building furniture, cooking or cleaning tips, diet and exercise, and fashion. Everything you need is only a click away. The best thing is you can group them all on boards so that you don’t lose the information you needed.  

Sudipta Gupta

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