This is about THIS question. If interpersonal skills are a way to deal with the issue (not even sure about that, though...), the problem lies with the "answers".
How do you know an IPS question has hit the HNQ? => check the # of views, the # of votes, and, unfortunately, the # of low quality throw-your-ideas-or-try-this posts.
At the moment of this writing, 3 "whatever you call it, but not an answer" (out of 4) don't have any backup. In any way. These are mainly "ideas" (did I really used this word?) thrown in the middle. Some "try this". Some "you should do that". Get UV and I'm done, I'm gone...
And the top-voted one links to a wikihow (is this a credible source? never heard of it AFAIC) as a kind of backup, but it seems kind of "thin", even if interesting.
Is this really what we want for IPS?
When you get there, damages have been done. It should be flagged a VLQ. But it's not possible anymore (too late). NAA? those flags are mostly declined (happened to me on some places, so I stopped doing it loooong ago - meta post about it). You can flag only to mod's attention? What for? Not following our policies? What would be the phrasing then?
Seeing that makes me so disappointed that I can't even figure out a proper way to deal with it...
Is this a possible feature-request asking for a specific flag or close reason/phrasing?
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