I was looking at a recently asked question, where the asker was clearly out of their depth with an issue. The gist was essentially "I've got this problem, help please, because I've no idea how to fix this".
Rather than simply VTC as lacking details I suggested they look at questions and answers for similarly tagged questions to see what commands need to be run and added to the question to provide enough information for it to be answerable.
Although it's possible to filter the tagged question list by "unanswered", there are no options in the drop-down Filter to search for questions with decent answers. The closest is "Has bounty", but even that is no guarantee of a decent answer. (There are options for knowledgeable people to use in the search query, but I'm talking about the Filter button/drop-down.)
Example: raid - how do you really find useful questions that have answers, or even accepted answers?
Add additional drop-down filter options:
- questions with answers
- questions with upvoted answers
- questions with an accepted answer