With the current events we're all dealing with, we have a lot of folks transitioning from face-to-face gaming to virtual.
Playing virtually is not new to our community nor is it new to many many people, but these questions about how to do so seem like they may not be appropriate for our platform.
But maybe they are! Either way, I think we need to figure out if these questions are really on-topic for us here. I know we all want to help, and many of us have great experience here, but ultimately, how someone sets up their [virtual] table and what tools work for them seem inherently opinion-based or that these are shopping requests (even they they kinda aren't.)
The problem I see is that many of the questions are very generic and broad. Effectively variations of "How do I play a role-playing game online." Which is akin to "How do I play a role-playing game in real life?"
Or, it's asking about which tools to use or are best, which are more like "shopping" or opinion-based.
However, the need right now is big and should we be treating these questions without our usual rigor? I mostly don't want questions getting shut down because of the way we do things I'd we can actually help. But these do seem off-topic in a normal situation.