From the guidelines on reviewing low quality posts I've taken this advice:

You should accept a post (Looks good)
• [ANS] Note that answers that are clear and address the question at least a little, but are fundamentally wrong, should be downvoted, not deleted. A wrong answer still “looks good”.

Makes sense to me, but "Looks Good" is misleadingly worded. I suspect many people, especially those that haven't read mentioned guidelines, will be confused and may refrain from picking that option (perhaps choosing one of the "delete" options).

Question: can we do something about this?

Perhaps rewording "Looks Good" to something else (suggestions welcome), or the option to downvote an answer and have an "I'm done" button?


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