microsoft-powerpoint (https://superuser.com ) returns 1250 questions. But it's very likely that asking for best practices or the format of writing one will be off-topic. Anyway the tag excerpt doesn't help
Commercial software presentation program included in all editions of the Microsoft Office suite.
Perhaps English Language Learners if you're learning English or if not, English Language and Usage.
English Language Learners has a jokes tag.
This tag is for questions about interpreting jokes and understanding humorous wordplay.
While English Language and Usage has a joke tag.
Questions about humorous expressions, jokes, puns, etc.
Check out their help ...
Pro Webmasters Stack Exchange is likely your best option. They have a mailchimp tag that would be relevant, and there are a decent number of posts related to delivering mail to Gmail as well.
Their on-topic page also lists "Internet marketing" as one of the primary categories of questions accepted there.
I believe this would be off-topic on ...
None of the sites within the SE network will take that question.
Answers will be highly opinion based, hear say or wild guesses. No future visitors will value those answers, no experts will risk their reputation on that. It is unlikely a knowledge base with high quality, long lasting content will emerge.
Try a traditional forum, Reddit, Quora, Facebook or ...
Try Electronics SE. They have a batteries tag and also a battery-chemistry tag, and there is a question entitled Battery Details there, where you might find some tips.
Also, if you look at this search query on that site, you'll find that there are already questions related to battery technology, so I don't think it would be worth proposing a new site just ...
ProWebmasters is what you're looking for. They have a shopify tag there. There is no usage guidance for it yet, though, so check out other questions tagged with it too.
WebApps also has a tag for Shopify, so your question might also be good for that website.
This looks like a legal question, so perhaps Law Stack Exchange is your best bet.
The usual advice: please search and check their Help Center article What topics can I ask about here? before posting a question.
P.S. it seems sites with Google Analytics do need to present a cookie consent notice, at least when you're in the European Union.
I think that can fit on Retrocomputing:
Questions are most welcomed on
computing history and persons with a historic relation to computing.
They have a special tag for it as well to go in such questions: history.
You might be better off with Web Applications. Their on-topic guidance covers...
Using Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Google, or any other website which behaves like an application
Which sounds about right for your question. Additionally, they have an active gmail tag, and there are already a few questions regarding Gmail folders, like this one I found with a ...
Judging by your question, you are asking about computer architecture. So the best site to ask about that would be SuperUser. A site for questions about:
personal and home computer networking
If it's similar to that but not quite (like Corporate Networking or commercial Electrical Engineering issues): SuperUser also has a ...
Yep. From the post Are resource recommendations allowed?:
A resource recommendation question is one that asks for a resource (which can be a book, website, or other resource) to learn a topic from. It should have the resource-recommendation tag.
The resource-recommendations tag is for questions asking, "What is a good book about X", or "...
There aren’t any Stack Exchange sites that would accept these questions in their current form.
While English Language and Usage (and also ELL, for learners) both accept some single-word-requests, your questions are too technical and would be closed. Recently I even saw a question that was mildly domain specific get closed on ELU.
In order for a question like ...