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Quora only shows its first answer on a question's page, the rest gets blurred out.

It then asks the user to register to read all the answers. I really do not like such bullying tactics and I hence will never register.

Yet before I blacklist quora entirely from my google searches, I wonder if there was a way to read all the answers without having to register.

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Just add the get parameter ?share=1 at the end of the question's URL, and all the answers will show. It seems you have to set it only once per browser session.

I was so annoyed by this, I have even built an Chrome extension for this.

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I would add to k0pernikus's great answer that the ?share=1 is officially supported and promoted by Quora (it is not some ephemeral hack that would go against their policies):

Marc Bodnick (Leads Quora business & community teams, executive at Quora):

Open any Quora URL. If you come across a Quora link anywhere and you want to read it without being asked to join Quora, you can add the text "?share=1" to the end of the URL. Example: http://www.quora.com/Hostage-Situations/What-does-it-feel-like-to-be-a-hostage-negotiator?share=1

You can use the Google Chrome extension Block Quora Login Popup too.

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