I'm seeing a fair number of questions that describe a problem then ask whether anyone else has experienced the problem. This invites a host of "yes, I've had that problem" (or worse, but less common, "no, that hasn't happened to me") answers. Ordinarily "I've got that problem too" gets deleted as a non-answer, but in this case, it actually answers the OP's question.
The problem is,the question as asked literally invites all of humanity to chime in with yes, me too or no, not me. This is not a question that provokes helpful answers.
What can we do to discourage the question "has anyone else experienced this problem" in favor of something that provokes better responses?