If someone asks for a no coding - ready to use tool recommendations, would it be acceptable?

Assuming that enough details are provided in such question.

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Yes, asking for tools that does not require coding is perfectly fine.

Actually, most of the answers on this site suggest tools that does not require coding.

By the way, asking for tools is fine, but a simple "how to…" is not, as detailed in What is required for a question to contain "enough information"?


Why should it not be aceptable. Not everybody is a programmer here and even I as a programmer see for example python solutions as completly useles for me. And it should be kept in mind that majority of people have no programming experiences at all.

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