FAQs relating to App Questions
The following FAQs address common issues users encounter when answering Questions in a Topic app.
I clicked on a word and the Question disappeared. How do I recover the question?
In the Questions, clicking on the links will reveal definitions for defined terms in the space below the Question. To go back to the Question, simply scroll back up using your mouse, trackpad or keyboard, or click on "Scroll back up."
On a particular Question, none of the answer choices matches my business. How do I proceed?
Even if none of the answer options matches your business activities perfectly, try to select the answer that is the closest match. If you feel that none of the answer options on a given question fit your business practices at all, please contact us. We will be in touch shortly.
How do I go back to a previous question?
If you feel you answered a previous question incorrectly, or want to change an answer because of a new business development, please contact us. We will be in touch shortly.
FAQs relating to links
What happens when I click on a link?
The LexAlign Site contains various types of links:
- Definitions: Underlined terms in the Questions or Products link to definitions. In the Questions, clicking on the links will reveal definitions for defined terms in the space below the Question. To go back to the Question, simply scroll back up using your mouse, trackpad or keyboard, or click on "Scroll back up." In the Products, clicking on a linked word or phrase will take you to its definition in the Glossary section at the bottom of the page. To go back to the linked word or phrase you clicked, simply click on "Scroll back up."
- Titles and Subtitles: The Product pages contain different sections, a main Table of Contents, and (depending on the Product) internal tables of content. Clicking on a link in a table of content will take you to the corresponding section of the Product page.
- Intra-page links: In addition to titles and subtitles, Product pages contain intra-page links to make it easier to navigate the page. Such links include links back to the start of a section, to a related section, or to the Table of Contents.
- Intra-site links: In some cases links take you to different pages on the LexAlign website. This should be clear from the link context.