There are review tools for first posts but, I am talking about
Ask Question screen tool-tips that will be shown when you are posting your very first question in a SX site...
It may consist of 3 tool-tip boxes:
- Title tool-tip: When the user click to write title, a tool-tip may appear informing how a title should be written and what should not be written (Ex: Please help me or I have c# problem) It will guide them in writing the title
Question body tool-tip: That tool-tip will tell user what a good question must contain, or help useing question formatting tools . That tool-tip may point out following:
- User must share related code
- Pointing out the exact problem is important then just saying I stuck! What he had tried and exactly what his problem is important to be told.
- It would be good to share error stack trace if it exists.
- Avoiding usage of salutes and please help me, I need help type texts which makes question crowded unnecessarily
- Informing that he can also check the question format output from below box.
- Tags tool-tip: Says how a user must tag his question and why tags exists. Many times, questions about a specific version are tagged with general version of related software. Like dealing with a problem in python-2.4 is different than using a newer version (lack of libraries or deprecated library problems) and using a general python tag will lead answerers to solutions that will not help the OP . So it can suggest user to use specific tags if required with general tags.
That tool-tips will be displayed on the very first question of that user in a StackExchange community. So an experienced user will come across it when he creates an account on a new SX site and ask a question. Another approach is if he receive
+100 trusted user reputation, then tool-tips may not shown at all.