To help us identify questions that should be closed, I thought it would be a good idea to highlight the questions that should definitely not be closed.
To help eliminate confusion on what should be closed, and to help inspire you to take action and help make our site great, I've picked a great, recent question that I believe highlights the criteria a question should meet in order to get our +1's.
This question, asked under the pm-software tag, has many aspects that make it great:
This describes a specific problem. The three important criteria in picking software that solves the problem are displayed in three easily digestible bullet points.
There's clear background information about what type of environment the question-asker is working in. Since every PM situation is different, it's important to know this information so the right answers are posted.
It has clear background information, which eliminates the polling type answers that tell us nothing about why a specific answer will help us.
The question title is to the point, describes the problem from a high level overview, and may be more easily searchable on Google.
It contains facts related to the question-asker's situation, which again leads to more helpful answers that solve a specific problem in project management.
Thus, this question will definitely not fit into the
Not Constructive close category:
This question is not a good fit to our Q&A format. We expect answers to generally involve facts, references, or specific expertise; this question will likely solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion.