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We get a lot of critiques questions and I always wonder what would be the best way to not scare off a new user but leave a comment that will encourage them to edit their question after it has been closed in regards to not being in scope. So, I would like to know what you guys think and suggest for adding a comment to a closed critique question?

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"Requests for critiques must include either a specific question about your design or specific guidelines for the critique. See: What are the guidelines for asking for a critique of my work?"

I think the above is good and should be an auto-comment (Similar to "possible duplicate") for that close reason. It could possibly be expanded upon...

"Thanks for the question! In order to assist users in providing you with valuable feedback, requests for critiques must include either a specific question about your design or specific guidelines for the critique. See: What are the guidelines for asking for a critique of my work?" It's difficult for users to answer questions which ask for a general review."

(Note worked the words "feedback" and "review" in there as well for SEO :) )

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