Often questions are closed/set on hold with the reason that it is unclear what is asked. In almost all of those cases I come across I'm more or less certain that's not the real reason because it is too obvious what's being asked.
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If a question doesn't fit the rules that's something else entirely as it being unclear what's being asked.
For me it is often very much unclear what is asked of the one who asked the question. Other closure reasons like too broad or too subjective tend to be more helpful.
Therefor I want to know if it is possible to make this closure reason more clear.
The example I wanted to give was reopened after a system tag was added. I would never have guessed that would be a solution - hence it's unclear, at least for me.
To be more clear: I do not want to say the closures are unwarranted but it is often unclear what is unclear about the question. And for the one asking the question in the first place it would help a lot to be told more exactly what is unclear about the question.
And sometimes I feel this closure reason is used when a mod feels a question should be improved but all other closure reasons don't fit. But that makes it hard to improve the answer.
In this example the question was clearly not a good one but I still feel it is very clear what was being asked (that's why I answered it despite close votes). Being more clear with the question's problems would have been more encouraging for a potential new member.