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We frequently got one-liners from new users like this:
There is an option in settings to turn off Wifi scanning which will help reduce the wifi battery usage.
To me, this would be a borderline NAA as it doesn't point out where exactly the Settings option is, but it does serve as a partial answer because it gives a direction to a potential solution to the problem.
Per my experience on Stack Overflow, these one-liners are usually voted down and eventually deleted, and I've been flagging them on SO.
However, I know that we're different from SO and sometimes a single sentence can help a lot. For example, you probably don't need to explain much when you've already pointed out where the Settings item is. Some time ago an NAA was even considered as a partial answer for containing some pieces of information, which led to a discussion about itself.
So here comes the question: What's our stance for these one-liners and partial answers?