# How to choose the correct reason for closing a question

I recently made it to $$3,000$$ reputation and earned the "Cast close & reopen votes" privilege. I am a bit confused on how I would choose the correct reason when closing a question.

As I am sure many of you know, there are $$5$$ overarching options to choose from when opting to close a question. I am confused about differentiating between "Missing context or other details" under "A community-specific reason" and "Needs details or clarity". These two options and the text explaining each are very similar to me, and I can't tell which option to choose when closing a question. If a question is missing details or doesn't have any attempt at a solution, it seems that it could fit under both headings.

It may not matter which reason I choose, as long as the question gets closed, but are there any clear distinctions between these two reasons?