I have seen many more experienced users reply to new users' questions with links and well formed suggestions on how to accept an answer, how to write a good question, and other helpful-to-newbies comments.
I was wondering if there will ever be a feature where someone with high enough rep --say 5k, can create canned responses for certain types of questions, and then users with 1k or higher can suggest those common responses for the question.
Perhaps it should be like editing where inexperienced users get to "suggest" and it will go into a suggestions queue where more experienced users can vote to accept or reject the suggestion for the user.
I have tried to emulate other more experienced users in some of my comments, explaining how to accept an answer, linking to what have you tried, and other comments I have seen on poor questions, or other common new user follies, but sometimes I find myself in a position where I can't remember the link to good resources, so I have to go searching through my past answers/comments.
I tried to search for a similar question or concept here on meta, but I did not see anything like what I am suggesting. If this has been asked, or if a similar feature has been proposed, please let me know where that question is.
In light of comments, I have removed "improve your acceptance rate" from my list of good suggestions. Perhaps if the comment system sees "improve and acceptance" in the same sentence, it should suggest that they don't post it to reduce discouraged comments. Like a "this comment seems to be discouraged, post anyway?" sort of warning.