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Reasking the question so that it's tailored to the other site's audience is OK. You'll bring out aspects that the first site missed or you'll be able to focus your question as a result of the answers on the first site. Just copy/pasting the question from one site to another isn't going to work well. It's either going to be totally off message (note not ...


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I see no benefit whatsoever in crossposting, as in posting the same question verbatim on multiple platforms targeting the same audience. If the audiences are so diverse that you're likely to get valuable answers from multiple perspectives, all of them relevant, it might be a good idea on occasion. REposting, as in asking the same question elsewhere (...


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I agree with Robert Harvey's answer on Meta Stack Exchange. Although cross-posting should be discouraged, especially questions that are directly copied/pasted between sites without tailoring to nuances that exist between each community, the copy-paste by itself is not a valid reason for closure. Questions should be closed on their merit - they are a ...


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How does raising a mod flag help here? What do you want moderators to do with these flags? Whatever that action is, can we just do it automatically when a close vote or flag is raised?


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This is the official guidance for cross-posting questions between Stack Exchange sites. In short, each site is a different community. Even if the question would be on-topic on multiple sites, you should read each site's Help Center to find out what is and isn't on-topic and similar questions to find out the types of answers each site provides, and then ask ...


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Nope. Well, technically you can, but it's preferred if you don't. Posting duplicate questions on multiple sites makes it harder for future users to find the answer to the question.


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