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Let's say I write a StackOverflow answer with a solution to a code problem. And someone I know runs into this problem, so I want to share the link to my answer.

What is the word or phrase to express that i'm sharing this to genuinely help him/her, not to get upvotes or publicity?

EDIT: i'm looking for something like this: "not trying to brag, but this post of mine might help you".

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You could always include the word feel when you share the link. Using this in a statement tends to be interpreted as one being genuine to the cause.

"I feel this article I wrote a while ago may complement your search for answers."

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"This might help" could be enough, since "might" mitigates the fact that you accept that it might not. You cannot completely avoid the possibility that people misinterpret a good deed. Won't the attribution be automatically clear in the link, so you won't have to double stress your involvement?

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