Hacker News, a website popular among hackers, is getting an all-new feature this week that allows users to submit an idea to the site.
The new feature lets users submit ideas on topics like video games, cars, or even food.
The site has been working on the feature for quite some time, and it will be coming to other popular websites in the coming weeks.
The feature allows users who have no previous experience with the site to submit their ideas for the site, but it has never been as easy to do.
The submission process takes less than five minutes, and if you’re interested, the instructions are pretty simple.
You’ll need to enter your email address, username, and password in the “About” section.
Once you’ve filled out that section, you’ll see the “Create a new account” option.
Once the “Add to account” button is clicked, you can then fill out the form and submit your ideas.
Here are the steps to follow: Click the “Submit Ideas” link on the left, then choose “Add an Idea” from the drop-down menu.
The “Create an Idea,” menu is where you can enter a title, description, and any other information you’d like to provide.
You can then check out your idea on the Hacker News homepage, which you can access by visiting http://hackernews.com.
The image below is the current version of the submission form.
Once it is submitted, you will be shown the “Completed” button.
The button indicates that the submission is now ready to be considered for inclusion on the site or be published to the HackerNews community.
Once a submission is accepted, it will appear in your account.
When you have submitted your idea, the submission will be added to your “List of Approved Ideas.”
Once approved, the article will be published on the website, and you’ll receive an email from the Hacker news staff with instructions for how to add your idea to their website.
For now, you should just click “Submit” and wait for the submission to be accepted.
To view the submission, click the image below.
Once your idea has been published on Hacker News you can see it on the homepage.