I just found the right "documentation" on a question that was recently asked on Stack Overflow. I wanted to browse back to the page and found out that someone has already posted exactly that piece of documentation and it was pretty well formatted.
I realized that I usually don't take that much effort to inform someone about the right solution. I usually give them a good hint on what to search for in the documentation or I copy a piece of code and they have to find their way themselves. I know its not the most helpful way, but it usually gives people the right direction to find their answer themselves and I don't want to spend more time on Stack Overflow, except to get my own answers.
So my question was: Wouldn't it be better to go to the history of my popularly viewed questions or approved answers and try to see if I can improve the styling, markup, additional info to my answer to make it easier for other users? This would only make sense if lot of people view the question/answer.
What are your strategies when browsing Stack Exchange sites? How do you make Stack Exchange as a whole more productive?