Recently, we've started enforcing a "back it up" policy. I agree with this. But I'm having trouble in the VLQ queue identifying what's a non-backed-up answer and what isn't.
For example, I came across this answer which I was on the fence about. I'll agree it's not thoroughly backed up with personal experience, but the top answer on the same question is almost exactly the same. Both say "give a handshake, say this, they'll say that, then either talk about blah or leave it there."
I understand this particular answer might need to go anyway since it doesn't really add much the top answer doesn't say, but that doesn't make me any less confused as to what's a "backed up" answer and what isn't.
Is there an obvious distinction between the two I'm missing, or is this one of those things that'll just take some time for the community to work out the best criteria for a "backed up" answer to meet?