There's a magic link I use all the time:
[help/on-topic]. If you didn't know it, when posted in a comment, it renders as help center - which is great!
Except for one thing: from a UX perspective, it's wrong.
"Help Center" sounds really daunting. Not something I want to click and browse for hours. "Help Center" is basically a sub-site, with a TON of information, including a page that explains what is and what isn't on-topic on the site.
When I link to
[help/on-topic], I'm posting a (often canned) comment that tells the OP why I'm hammering their question, and kindly invite them to read up the site rules.
Of course, the site rules are in the help center. But I'm not linking to the entire help center and telling the OP to read the whole entire darn thing, I'm linking to one specific page that contains the specifically relevant information.
But the link doesn't render as What topics can I ask about here? as the actual page title says - it renders as "help center", which is terribly vague and misleading.
Can the rendering of the
[help/on-topic] magic link be changed to "What topics can I ask about here?"
[What topics can I ask about here?](http://site.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic)
Also.. are there any stats about how often the OP actually clicks these links? 50%? 10%? 1%? 0.0001%? If so, it would be interesting to compare before/after implementing this feature request.