Nuggets that sit below a post to either reason its locked nature or a call for clarity in answers
Post notices aren't often seen, but when they are in the wild, appear below a post and either explain why it was locked or for the case of questions, what type of answers are needed.
Only moderators can add post notices. There are two main types.
Clarification on answers
These are seen on question as a warning or guide as to the type of content being asked or the type of qualitative answers wanted.
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These are seen when a post is locked for any number of reasons. They may include:
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