People often flag questions as low quality when the person didn't try anything already and is asking the community to do their work.
So when I try to review theses questions, I have these propositions:
- duplicate of...
- off-topic because...
- unclear what you're asking
- too broad
- primarily opinion-based
But sometimes, none of theses propositions can be related to the question.
In fact, even if the person didn't try anything, the question can be clear.
So my question is: Is it necessary to add a new proposition?
If not, what do I have to choose for this case?