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What can we do to make new users more aware of what type of questions to (not) ask?

I'd be surprised if anything effective can be done. At best you'll stop a handful of conscientious people, but there'll still be a lot of people who won't read the link or will read it and then ask ...
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What can we do to make new users more aware of what type of questions to (not) ask?

The title "How do I ask a good question" may be a turn off for many. Perhaps thinking along the lines "I don't care, I just want to ask a quick question." I think it would help if it were something ...
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What can we do to make new users more aware of what type of questions to (not) ask?

SO has been running an experiment with question templates which are also planned to be introduced on other SE sites if successful. There are also custom popups with hints which could be shown on some ...
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How can I improve my answers for available questions where I'm able to answer them?

I looked at all your answers and I can only find one down vote. You won't get a massive number of up votes because the community isn't that large. I don't know why you got that down vote on the ...
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Can this answer be improved?

I agree, I find it difficult to understand. To me it seems that he is implying that verbs in Japanese are instantaneous and only refer to the start or end point. That is, that verbs in Japanese only ...
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What can we do to make new users more aware of what type of questions to (not) ask?

How about a decision tree like the one for flagging questions? I am asking for a translation from Japanese I am asking for a translation to Japanese I am asking about grammar My question is not about ...
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