Maybe it's just me, but there seems to have been an uptick in questions in the last couple of weeks on this forum asking specific travel questions such as where to stay in (fill-in-the-blank) or best transportation option from airport to centre of town in (fill-in-the-blank). I've been happily giving my opinions again about Venice, England, etc. and even started asking for advice myself for next year's England 2020 tour.
I remember the first question I ever asked was in 2018 about a good restaurant in Chartres that would be open on a Monday for a 30th anniversary dinner with my wife, and I was surprised how helpful people were trying to be. I even had someone from France PM me that they were making some calls to see what would be open. Because of experiences like that I now feel an obligation to put some thought into my answers and be as helpful as possible. For example, if someone were to ask where to stay in London, I feel it's important to go beyond just naming a hotel. I like to add some detail of why I liked it as well as a link so the poster has a bit more info to go on.
I know this forum is for fun and recreation-and full of free advice, but I'm curious how much effort you feel is enough to answer a question?