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Where can we store a list of questions that are considered canonical?

Canonical means that it's asked frequently enough to warrant an excellent clear and detailed answer that the site edits and maintains so that it's broad, clear and helps many people troubleshoot or solve a common issue or misunderstanding.

Rather than blame people for coming and asking the same question over and over, the intent is to organize and realize that this will never and and instead have an efficient manner to link these to canonical answers.

That way, if the new asker actually has a different question, it will be easier for them to edit the post and get it reopened. It also will signal to the community that the answers are going to be heavily used and that it's worth it to keep them current, clear, and exemplary so that they can shoulder the burden of answering many questions on the same core topic.

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The list of existing canonical questions is here:

iTunes Store

iOS

Game Center

  • How can I fix my Clash of Clans Villages or online account?

Mac / OS X

Apple Developer services and accounts.

Daemons

  • Everyone. Go ahead and ask any question you feel committed to sheparding I to a canonical question. Just post your question and post a link here. Try to tack on to the end of a section and then ping someone in Ask Different Chat saying you’d like them to place it where it makes sense to them. That way you’re not promoting yours above others. Cheers and mahalo! – bmike Aug 28 '18 at 1:39

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