Now that the individual Stack Exchange sites have been given the ability to set three custom Off Topic reasons per site is there a way (or intention to provide a way) to analyze which of these reasons are being used, how often, and which (if any) aren't being used at all?
The moderators have the ability to change these reason codes should the situation arise, and I imagine this situation would be when a more common OT reason is being manually entered in the 'other' field more than some of the preset ones are being chosen, but how are we to know whether some reason codes are being used and others aren't?
It could be that the same - or versions of the same - custom reason code is being manually entered quite frequently (admittedly as this is free-text it's going to be hard to provide any analytics on this, aside from just counting how often the 'other' reason is chosen) but questions get closed (aka "on-holding") by mods, by the community or a combination of both on a daily basis so it could be difficult to track what codes are getting used more than others.
Whether this means we need specific analytics tools, or just some search criteria to use to find questions closed against one or another of the close reasons, I don't know, but something would be useful.
Is there a way for the site mods to monitor what reason codes are being used for closing questions?