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How can we encourage new users to edit their closed posts?

My policy is that I have four tiers of responses: If it seems that OP didn't put minimal effort to write the question like properly formatting it, doing a trivial Google search, reading it before ...
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How can we encourage new users to edit their closed posts?

I don't think there can be a simple yes/no answer to it. As I am one of the close voters in the specific post mentioned, here is my two cents: I am of the conviction that the message Closed. This ...
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How can we encourage new users to edit their closed posts?

I guess, or hope, we all agree that it is better to be nice not nasty and that we want users to feel welcome rather than the opposite. Existing policy already allows detailed and friendly comment from ...
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How can we encourage new users to edit their closed posts?

This is also a question that has concerned me, at least sufficiently that I try to put a comment explaining my suggested next step — especially if I am the final person to vote to close a question, ...
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How can we encourage new users to edit their closed posts?

Stack Exchange jargon often uses common English words but with different meanings. New users, and sometimes even we older ones, are often confused by situations like: If one asks something about X on ...
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