I suppose this may belong to meta but I am unable to post there, so please move it there if you have the permissions to do so
I have been following this site for a few months and also asked a couple of questions over different periods of time.
I find it very helpful that people can exchange so many ideas, however, one feature I find regrettable is the fact that downvoting is often not entirely clear, especially if it is not supported by at least a comment about the reason for being downvoted.
(see, for example, this question about career advancement in a family business - how do I know what I can improve there? How do I know what's wrong about it?)
The worst part of it is that when a question is downvoted, it has little chance to attract visibility and thus further help to be improved.
I feel there have been a large number of very legitimate questions that have been downvoted for unknown reasons; how can anyone say for sure that those reasons themselves were not subjective? Since the scope of this site is to actually be objective, I feel there should at least be a justification for why a question should be dropped from the visibility list.
With a clarification, the user asking the question, or other users, may at least have a chance to improve the text and bring it back to being on-topic, thus leaving some space to making the question more productive.
I believe this would result in a win-win situation and increase cooperation on the website instead of causing negative feelings.