This question: How do I separate paths to layers in Illustrator? has been put on hold as off-topic.
The question is vague, brief and not very well written, but it is obvious to anyone who has used Illustrator and After Effects what is being asked (or to me anyway, maybe because I had the same problem in the past). There was already an accepted answer (mine, but that is beside the point) before the question was put on hold as off-topic.
By the nature of the question, there isn't much you can try without knowing how to do it. It is one button, if you don't know where that button is, you can't do it, so the "edit your question to include what you have tried, so we can help you" is a bit obsolete (although that may not be obvious if the question is unclear). isn't there an 'unclear what your asking' reason for closing a question? If questions are closed for not being well written i'm sure that would make more sense?
I understand and completely agree that questions need to be closed if they are off-topic, too broad etc, but I really think unclear questions should be edited rather than simply closed if they are legitimate questions... So, should I bother editing the question?