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I saw this question that the user had self-answered by editing the question.
I pointed out that they should really answer the question. I know they wouldn't be able to straight away, but I assumed they'd tried and got the "you need to wait a bit" prompt. However, what I didn't realise was that the message says:
Oops! Your answer couldn't be submitted because: Users with less than 100 reputation can't answer their own question for 8 hours after asking. You may self-answer in 7 hours. Until then please use comments, or edit your question instead
Should we really be suggesting that people put the answer in the question even as a temporary measure?
What's the next step for this?
Is there any agreement that this phrase should be removed? If there is how do I turn it into a feature request without asking a new question? Should I just ask a new question which is a feature request?