Recently I've reviewed a lot of first questions, late questions, and low-quality questions from the ubiquitous
user###### class of users — people who use the Stack Exchange app on their cell phone during a bored moment on a bus to find an (apparently) random question on any of the SE sites and then swoop in with the usual 1-line low quality answer, never to be seen again. Said people pretty much...
- Never take the tour,
- Never visit the help center,
- Never read the question (answering only the question title),
- Don't give a hill of steaming decomposing beans about SE culture or etiquette.
It's unfair to suggest that their influence on our site is exhausting because I generally only spend 10-20 minutes a day in the queues, but I've found myself groaning, "oh, man... another putz..." a bit more frequently. This may be because I'm focusing on these types of questions in the queues, but like so many in our world today, I'm willing to blame someone else for my pain.
Is it possible for Glarnak to save us from people who use the Stack Exchange app?