If you’re a Moodler in search of easy answers from the community, really the best possible destination is Moodle.org’s very helpful forums. There are ongoing threads and discussions covering a huge array of Moodle products, modules, development efforts, bug issues and more, you just need to know 1. where to look and 2. how to ask.
Which is why the Forums Code of Conduct is so important for a Moodler: http://docs.moodle.org/en/Moodle.org_forums_Code_of_Conduct
Tips for getting the fastest answer include,
- checking the FAQs and searching the forums before posting (it’s possible that other Moodlers have had and resolved your same issue!)
- find the appropriate forum
- post a clear and descriptive title to your post
- outline your Moodle version and specific hosting details (this will help the community triage and solve your particular issue)
- provide feedback
Be sure to read the quick tips about #Good_conduct as well which highlight the do’s and don’ts of posting at Moodle.org. It’s a great community resource and I encourage all Moodlers to seek help in the forums (and to contribute answers where applicable).