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I noticed that you can upvote your own forum answers. Is that intended behavior?
I tried it on a question and noticed that I couldn't undo it without down voting my answer.
I asked support about this once. The answer was to submit this feature for staff review, although, I did not get a response back. I thought of ways both for and against voting yourself up. Sometimes when an answer is voted down, not always is it done so properly. People tend to vote for answers they prefer instead of answers that are correct. I've used voting myself up when I felt a response was voted down incorrectly. However, I find this scenario mostly in technical-related cases. It's also good to note that people rarely ever vote themselves up; nevertheless, it would be helpful to know how all of this is intended to work.