Quora gives you the best feed we can based on the actions you have taken. The more actions you take, the more we learn about what you want to see and don't want to see.
To improve your feed:
- Follow topics and writers that interest you, and follow users who upvote answers you like. These decisions have a compounding beneficial effect; content written by users you follow and/or in topics you follow is more likely to appear in your feed than other content. Similarly, questions and answers that involve multiple topics you follow is more likely to appear in your feed vs. content tagged with only one topic.
- Upvote answers based on what content you find interesting and/or helpful. These votes let Quora learn what you like and what is good, and feed makes adjustments accordingly.
- Answer questions in topics that interest you and/or where you have expertise and knowledge. This helps Quora learn which questions to include in feed.
- Take action to remove content you don't like from your feed. Such actions include: unfollowing users and topics that you no longer find interesting.