Stack Exchange has a network wide feature which allows clear instructions on how to ask a question to be displayed for certain 'problem' tags. The full details about the feature can be found here.
I would like to propose we use this feature for identification questions.
Approximately 7% of questions posted on LEGO Answers are identification questions. A lot of the users who ask these questions tend be new to Stack Exchange. The only way they can find out how to ask a good identification question is to visit the tag wiki page which is buried away in the tag database.
With the 'how-to-ask' feature implemented for the identification tag, users who use the tag will have a prompt similar to the one shown in the mockup below.
Should we implement this system for identification questions?
If a 'how-to-ask' tip is provided for identifcation questions, what tips should be provided?
Are there any other tags that would benefit from this feature?