A Quick Thanks to All - Gratitude for Help on Physics II Forum

  • Praise
  • Thread starter Abu
  • Start date
  • Tags
    thank you
In summary, the speaker expresses gratitude towards the mentors and helpers on the forum for their dedication and patience in helping with questions and homework. They credit the forum for their success in completing their Physics II course and express enjoyment in learning the subject. They also mention their plan to start visiting the chemistry forums. The speaker appreciates the existence of the forum and thanks everyone for their help. They also mention that being on the forum has opened a new world to them and they have learned new things through other threads.
  • #1
Abu
39
16
Hi everyone, I just wanted to say a warm thanks for all of the help I've received on this forum. It's pretty amazing to see the dedication of the mentors, other helpers, their efforts in their replies, as well as the patience they have towards questions and homework. I've completed my Physics II course with flying colors because of the greater understanding I've been able to attain through asking questions on these forums. I don't see myself pursuing a physics-heavy career such as one in engineering, but I enjoyed my time learning the subject nonetheless. I think I'm going to start frequenting the chemistry forums now...

This site has a wonderful thing going on and I am truly grateful that it exists.

Thanks everyone!
 
  • Like
Likes davenn, fresh_42, dlgoff and 12 others
Physics news on Phys.org
  • #2
Abu said:
Hi everyone, I just wanted to say a warm thanks for all of the help I've received on this forum. It's pretty amazing to see the dedication of the mentors, other helpers, their efforts in their replies, as well as the patience they have towards questions and homework. I've completed my Physics II course with flying colors because of the greater understanding I've been able to attain through asking questions on these forums. I don't see myself pursuing a physics-heavy career such as one in engineering, but I enjoyed my time learning the subject nonetheless. I think I'm going to start frequenting the chemistry forums now...

This site has a wonderful thing going on and I am truly grateful that it exists.

Thanks everyone!
Yes, I also agree. I may be an undergrad at the moment, but being here in general has opened a new world to me. I’ve been getting help with my analytical questions that no one that I know of could help me understand and I have also read through other threads where I have come to see that I just learned something new. Everyone here is so nice and helpful. Thank you PF members and staff for everything!
 
  • Like
Likes davenn, fresh_42, dlgoff and 1 other person

Related to A Quick Thanks to All - Gratitude for Help on Physics II Forum

1. What is "A Quick Thanks to All - Gratitude for Help on Physics II Forum"?

"A Quick Thanks to All - Gratitude for Help on Physics II Forum" is a post or message expressing appreciation and thanks to the members of a Physics II forum who helped the author with their questions or problems.

2. Why is it important to show gratitude on forums?

It is important to show gratitude on forums because it acknowledges the time and effort that members put into helping others, and it encourages a sense of community and camaraderie among forum users.

3. Can expressing gratitude on forums have any impact?

Yes, expressing gratitude on forums can have a positive impact on the forum community. It can motivate others to continue helping and contributing, and it can also create a supportive and friendly atmosphere on the forum.

4. Is it necessary to thank every member who helped on a forum post?

No, it is not necessary to thank every member who helped on a forum post. However, it is a nice gesture to thank those who provided particularly helpful or insightful responses.

5. How can I show gratitude on a forum?

You can show gratitude on a forum by simply saying "thank you" in a post or message. You can also give a "thumbs up" or "like" to the helpful responses, or you can send a private message to the members who helped you.

Similar threads

  • Feedback and Announcements
Replies
2
Views
1K
Replies
3
Views
1K
Replies
5
Views
1K
Replies
4
Views
2K
  • Feedback and Announcements
Replies
1
Views
888
  • New Member Introductions
Replies
1
Views
119
  • Feedback and Announcements
Replies
31
Views
4K
  • New Member Introductions
Replies
1
Views
166
  • Feedback and Announcements
Replies
10
Views
4K
Replies
1
Views
105
Back
Top