The current "How to Ask" when creating questions is this:
Is your question about the workplace?
We prefer questions that can be answered, not just discussed.
Provide details. Share your research.
If your question is about this website, ask it on meta instead.
Sometimes there are abbreviations which are not understood by the general public. Given that the Workplace SE includes people of all types of work environments, it may be a good idea to add a hint about explaining or defining work-specific abbreviations. I noticed that several times, and my presumption is that people new to the site, who just want to ask a question, may not be aware of that.
In some sense it's a general rule of communication. But it may be more prevalent here than in most other SE sites, which are more specific. If people are using abbreviations on Aviation, it's ok because the people answering there would be able to understand them anyway. On Workplace SE however, the abbreviations rather take on the shape of the background plot. Sometimes they matter for the context, and then we don't know.
Is this an issue at all? Yes - people tend to ask in the comments for clarification.
Does this solve the issue? It's likely to alleviate it at least. Unless the list becomes too long in order to be read by people. The correlation is probably: The longer the text/list, the less likely it'll be read.
Is this a matter important enough to be added into the list? This I can not tell. Is this problem prevalent and relevant enough?
Possible Solution: Edit the 3rd line to:
Provide details. Share your research. Avoid abbreviations.
So, what's your take on this?