I'm almost certain I'm missing this when I'm searching meta. But, I can't quite find the answer, so I'm posting my question.
I've seen a lot of "Low Quality" tags on answers that are short. Typically, these are questions that can easily be answered in a yes/no fashion. I can't think of a recent example, so I'll make up a hypothetical test case:
Can you enable blurging in Zapcom 17?
Answer: No, it is not possible.
I've seen numerous examples of these getting Low Quality flags. And, I believe that this is not justified.
While I am the first to prefer a well-sourced, thought process in evidence answer; sometimes, the answer is just "No." There may be nothing much more to say on the subject.
Am I incorrect in disputing these flags?