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Let's try something a bit more subtle first: This'll appear to folks visiting /questions/ask regardless of their reputation.


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Fun fact: we had around 4 different versions of the same pages, so we just cleaned things up a little. No features are lost in doing this. The content of these pages was literally identical (give or take a search box), so feel free to link users to the help center where before you'd link them to either of those routes. My proposal is to both reinstate ...


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I'd echo Michael Hampton's point - based on what we saw on SF, we concluded that an interstitial with a ton of info essentially tests one thing: How badly do you want to post? Unfortunately, that appeared to have little correlation to how conscientiously you were likely to form a question. It appeared that the page chased off some real percent of posters, ...


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If that were possible (reading the comments), then Yes. This, however, may be not possible as looking at some of the other StackExchange sites, each Help Center is exactly the same. This may be something where if content is to be added to the Help Center, it has to pass through Stack Exchange's Meta. If it is possible, I agree that this would be a great ...


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I'm told this is possible. We just need to come up with exactly what we want changed. I propose adding this line to the top of the page, just under the "How do I ask a good question" heading: This site enforces stricter quality requirements than most. Please see What is required for a question to contain "enough information"? for details on ...


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