AutoReviewComments - Pro-forma comments for Workplace SE
I find that I almost never use the defaults that come with the script and that I rely entirely on my own tailored versions that use my personal wording and style. I also tend to insert them into the comment box and then tailor it to the situation. Every person is different and every post is different, and we don't need robots to deal with people, we need people to help other people succeed.
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###Comments as answers Comments are intended to help improve a post or seek clarification. Please don't answer the questions in the comments. These can't be easily voted on as the best answers, and they may inadvertently prevent other users from providing real answers. Please see [How should I post a useful non-answer if it shouldn't be a comment?](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/a/1866/98) for more guidance. ###Comments as answers 2 Please don't use comments to answer questions as this may prevent others from providing full, complete answers that the community would vote on. Please see [How should I post a useful non-answer if it shouldn't be a comment?](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/a/1866/98) for more guidance. ###Back it up rule Hello and welcome to The Workplace SE. Our Q&A site put in place some [back it up](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/123/should-we-add-a-back-it-up-rule-to-the-faq-now) guidelines to help get the best answers. Can you  your post to include references or relate this to a personal experience. Also, be sure to answer the full question. Good luck! :) ###Chatty comments Please avoid using comments for extended discussion. Instead, please use [chat]. On Workplace SE, comments are intended to help improve a post. Please see [What "comments" are not...](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/72/what-comments-are-not) for more details. ###Insufficient explanation Hello user, welcome to The Workplace. On our site, we're looking for answers with some depth that explain *why* and *how*. Our goal is to build a library of knowledge for navigating the professional workplace. Please consider an  to expand, and be sure to answer the full question. See [answer] for details. ###Deleting answer On The Workplace, we're looking for answers with some depth that explain *why* and *how* and that are ideally backed by facts, references, and personal experiences. Please see [Why and how are some answers deleted](http://$SITEURL$/help/deleted-answers) and [How do I write a good answer](http://$SITEURL$/help/how-to-answer), as well as [The back it up rule](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/255/faq-proposal-back-it-up-and-dont-repeat-others) for more details. ###Polling questions Hello, welcome to The Workplace, a Stack Exchange Q&A site. Chatty, open-ended questions tend to not work out so well on our site, since almost every answer will be correct and we can't as easily vote on them to rank the best answers. Instead, ask questions about a real, actual problem you're facing, which includes plenty of details so answers are more targeted. For more details, please see [ask] and [about]. Good luck! ###Quit your job Hello! On The Workplace, our site's goal is to build a professional library of knowledge for future visitors who have problems navigating the workplace. Advising someone to quit their job is a *big move;* as a result, we hold these answers to a higher standard. Please consider an  to your post to meet our site's [back it up](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/q/255/98) guidelines, and also see [Is 'quit your job' an acceptable answer](http://meta.workplace.stackexchange.com/a/1697/98). Good luck. ###Closing question that could be reopened Hello, we put your post on hold to give you time to clarify it via an . When you edit your post, it gets pushed back into a [review queue](https://workplace.stackexchange.com/review/reopen) where the community can [work together to get the post reopened](https://workplace.stackexchange.com/help/reopen-questions). Hope this helps.