Sometimes I see a box to mark something "helpful" and sometimes I don't. Comments usually have the box. Original items sometimes do.
You can search for most site questions by going to the magnifying glass in the top right hand corner. I did - and found this (an answer I had wondered about myself, actually!): Helpful Answer vs Likes – What’s the Difference?
Yes not all content has a "Helpful Answer" Answer option as Helpful Answer are only really intended for Question Replies and not really for root posts(Questions/Blogs). Plus clicking the Helpful Answer button sends out a notification to everyone subscribed to a post which can get frustrating. Liking someone posts only notifies the author of the post/comment. As Youngatheart.7.4.12 linked to my help document you will see that clicking helpful should not be used liberally. Rather you can like something. Or if a post has something helpful in it you may want to bookmark(either on the site or on your browser) it if you want to review at a later date. Or you can Create a document on the site and then Right click on the timestamp on a post and "copy link address" and then paste it into a Document. This way you can create a wiki document of helpful content for your quit. Some of the other members have done this before.
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GOOD JOB explaining and teaching Sir Mark - thank you ❤ gentle hug.
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