I would like to open a discussion on this matter, because to the best of my knowledge, there has not been an answer covering, poorly researched questions in Tex SE.
For clarity purposes I am not talking about: Our Do-it-for-me and Draw-it-for-me comments don't reflect our hypocrisy. Can they be improved? or “Draw this for me” etiquette.
What I am referring to, are questions that are not low quality, do not have long, complicated solutions and could be resolved by a careful Google search. There are not low quality since they are valid questions but at the same time these questions could be resolved by looking instead of asking.
Made up examples:
"How can I make my figure/table/equation/... do this".
"How do you do this", which "this", is something specific that can be resolved by including the appropriate package.
These are valid questions and more people might have them but since, a solution has already been provided (on the internet not in Tex SE) and it is easy to find and implement, shouldn't they be distinguished from the rest of the questions? Like the Documentation section in SO.
Should these questions be treated as "Do-it-for-me" questions, should they be flagged as low-quality or is there an alternative way of handling them?