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There have been times when I wanted to ask a question, and I really felt the question itself was enough. When you click "Ask a question" you are then faced with a form that requires both the question (in the title) and a more elaborate description in the larger input box on the form.
Undoubtedly there are questions that may require elaboration, but do we need to make the larger field required? Have you encountered this? Has it bugged you?
Answer by rick , Husband, father, coffee addict, dork · Mar 13, 2010 at 08:50 AM
I'm going to jump in and say, "No, I don't think more than the question itself (eg. title) is strictly necessary." QHub.com doesn't even appear to have a way to enter a longer "body" to elaborate on your question, and it feels like it works pretty well.
I'm not sure how we'd go about making this optional?
Answer by evgeny fadeev · Mar 13, 2010 at 02:15 PM
It's true that technically the question is just a question and requiring title sounds artificial, however title is an important part of an HTML document. It is weighed heavily by the search engines, so one way or another I think is important to get the title.
Maybe it would be possible to guess the title based on the first sentence?