I was talking about this on a chat and decided to suggest it here. I understand that this script might take a long time to run, and it doesn't necessarily have to run for every single case. But it would be very useful
Suggestion: In short, the script would search Stack Exchange for duplicate questions, if the original question has a duplicate change the original to the first question
Question A: This is a question about how to send data between activities (This question already has an answer at b)
Question B: This question is also how to send data between activities (This question already has an answer
Question C: This is the original question with answers (not a duplicate)
From here the script would find questions like this and change the link to the duplicate in a from b to c.
Why this would be useful:
This would be incredibly useful because many duplicate questions are marked as a duplicate to another question that also is marked as a duplicate (this may go on). Not only will this clean up the site and not have a trail of duplicate questions.
codeMagic brought up a possible downside to this
Honestly, sometimes I find that Question (or answer) on B is more helfpul than C so I'm not sure if it's a good idea. But I understand what you're saying. It could be nice other than what I just mentioned