I see the aim of stack exchange sites as creating general resources that help others on the Internet. One thing that can get in the way of that is what are sometimes called "self-help" questions or "too localised questions".
A common feature of self-help questions is that the OP asks a question that is highly specific to their circumstances. Such highly specific questions are less likely to create a useful general resource for the internet. Another thing that stands out is that the question title is not sufficient to capture whatever the question is about.
I'd strongly encourage users of the site to try to frame questions in a general way, and actively edit questions so that the general question is made clear.