Earlier today, two new queues were rolled out to each site as part of the new review queue workflows: A 'First Questions' and 'First Answers' queue that will replace the old 'First Posts' queue. These queues come with new canned feedback options, which include code specific options for both questions and answers that shouldn't be showing on non-code related sites.
I asked about it in an answer underneath the announcement of the changes, and it was recommended I turn it into a separate, proper feature request, so here it goes: Can the canned feedback options in these queues be made configurable per site?
While there is a generic 'Question is unclear' for questions that lack details, some sites could really use a version that asks for more specific details, more like the code-specific canned reasons do. For example, on Interpersonal.SE such a comment could ask question authors to include a specific goal (as questions lacking those will be closed), or the comment could point out that answers need to be backed up with either experience or research, but shouldn't be just thoughts/opinions on what can be done. I'm assuming other sites can have other requirements, for example the ones that do identification questions could ask for pictures or a specific set of details this way.
If making things configurable is very unfeasible, could you somehow load the 'Post Owner Guidance' from site-specific off-topic close reasons into the canned feedback list for first questions? That way, what needs to be done to improve the question can be dropped as a comment before the question ends up closed entirely and shows the notice. That still doesn't give many options for answers, and doesn't work if sites don't have updated their post owner guidance to be different from the off-topic close reason, but it might just be an easy way to make the canned comments for reviewing first questions match the things that need to be improved in questions often enough that a site has its own close-reasons to handle the questions that don't have this.