I've got two open Office for Mac questions on SU (specifically, Outlook 2011). I'd say I'm not bad at the dark art of stackexchange question writing and that they're not bad questions and not especially difficult for someone with the right experience. But one of them is double tumbleweed (or, it would be if that was possible), and the other would be, were it not for one solitary upvote.
- Sent items listed by sender's name (my name!) not recipient in Outlook for Mac 2011 (edit: by my request migrated to apple.SE)
- Attach HTML as text in Outlook for Mac (2011)?
Looking at the Outlook-2011 tag, it looks like there aren't many people on SU interested in that product (two followers, and I'm the only recent activity). I'd add bounties, but if there aren't many people with the appropriate knowledge, I suspect that I'd just be dropping my very limited rep down the drain. As a non-software-expert who depends on software, I need those precious 140 points in case I hit a problem needing a bounty where there are enough SU users with suitable knowledge that the bounty would help.
These are genuine problems I really want answers for, but it ain't working here. I had the idea of asking them to be migrated to apple.stackexchange.com, which should at the very least be a good place to find Mac experts (and I flagged the double-tumbleweed one to be migrated by a moderator). But looking at the Apple.SE ms-office tag, I see an awful lot of tumbleweed there too, and just 6 followers (for the whole Office suite, every version ever). I guess the Apple fanatics over at that site aren't big fans of Microsoft...
My questions are on-topic for both sites, but seem to have fallen down the crack between the two sites. Any ideas for anything I could do to get answers to these? Other sites they could be moved to, ways I could get them seen by the right people?