In order to maintain the high quality of answers on workplace we need to be able to emphasize to those who answer that just being 'right' isn't enough.
A few people (links to come) have questioned why they are being down-voted when their answer is 'right'.
Currently the way we have been tackling this is to down-vote and leave a comment explaining that good answers require an assessment of both the pros and cons of a decision and that an even better answer needs to be timeless.
By which i mean, an answer that solves the current problem is a good answer, but one that solves the answer and is able to explain why that is right in a manner that is useful for future visitors is a great answer.
So aside from the down votes, and the linking to FAQ's on how to answer, is there much more we can do to emphasize that good quality answers require so much more than just being 'right'.
I've seen a few people take to the approach of lead by example and have posted some absolutely fantastic answers that are well thought out and well formatted.
Is there much more we can do with the existing toolset? Could so much more be done with additional methods no-one has voiced yet?
Note: The above two questions are rhetorical (but relevant) questions. My focus is still on the question in the title