I agree @danb35
Maybe the questionnaire should be in the shape of a form (with required fields). not a bulleted text list. Don't want to answer, move to flow 2... then flow 3... (with a hidden tag that they avoided the answers)
Higher the tag... lower the priority? (That wont sit well even with lots of folks here and may abuse a mission statement somewhere..)
Or better yet ... "If you must keep your domain name private here to prevent search engines from indexing it (or your boss finding out)... CLICK HERE.
Then REGULARS and those with higher trust levels can respond publicly without divulging the domain. And the results can show "example.com" publicly.
I noticed that "spoilers and blurring" isn't effective with search engines.
The topic stays public but the sensitive information is obfuscated.
We really do want to help, but spending a lot of time digging for the answers that are not provided is frustrating.
And for some really capable and competent volunteers, they just don't want do dig in without more information,. Others can't help but dive in to no end.
Does that make sense?
If someone has a website on the INTERNET.... why don't they want it to be seen? Doesn't make sense to me.
Maybe they feel embarrassed because they need help? This is ignoring the facts. (Ignorant)
The form says: (sorry)
Note: you must provide your domain name to get help. Domain names for issued certificates are all made public in Certificate Transparency logs (e.g. https://crt.sh/?q=example.com 1), so withholding your domain name here does not increase secrecy, but only makes it harder for us to provide help.
But this is ignored by many OP's asking for help. And many volunteers try to assist the OP nonetheless.
I think this idea dovetails with other issues discussed in other areas on the forum.... But i believe that staff and experienced volunteers should be involved in the ultimate solution.