I felt like the idea is found appealing. But little to no contribution is made so I decided that I must visualize the idea so we can brainstorm on a more tangible project.
What I suggest is instead of the classic title+body question form format we have right now, a new member will find a different format where the form is divided into different parts. Also, there will be an option to deactivate this suggested new format and activate the classic format instead, however this option will be available only if the user is above a certain reputation (in my opinion 15 reputation would suffice, since that is when a user gets to upvote which means the community trusts this user is able to tell a good post from a bad one.)
You can see an example of this idea here.
I chose this approach based on comments like these:
The What's your Android question? Be specific. guidance in the title
field is probably insufficient, I agree. The body field could
definitely use one asking for what they've tried and device details. –
I agree and it was already a part of my initial idea so I implemented it on the example.
I believe that this would help newcomers know what to put into their
question, so that we can help them in a much quicker time frame. But
my question is will user take this up or just ignore it? – Matt07211
By forcing this reputation limit we are making sure that they won't be able to deny it.
Can this be only active below a certain rep limit? Say 15 rep? More
experienced users shouldn't be affected by this, as it would just
waste time for them. – Tamoghna Chowdhury
Agreed and a supported idea.
Should this be active just for people without the Informed badge
rather than below a rep figure? Also, put something similar in the
answer box - look at the number of "Me too" and "Have you found the
answer yet?" posts we get. – Chenmunka
I thought reputation is better because you don't need to actually read the tour to get the informed badge. Just holding down on page down button does the job.