# Sacrificing the grammar of title of questions for clear visibility of relevance in related links on the side

Having seen many titles similar to

• Help needed with P
• How to Solve P
• What is the best way of tackling P
• A differential/Integral/Sum/Algebra question

etc. ( where P is latexified math part )

The side links are either showing unhelpful text, ( who is gonna decide which one the "help with integral needed" links on the side that would relate closely to question at hand, or even what they relate to).

Is it ok to for sake of clarity and emphasis on the main part of the question to change the titles to

• P Solve
• P Sum
• P Evaluate

or some other short form that might not even include any text at all? ( again P is mathematical latex part).

It has been pointed out to me that not having any text in the title does not allow for right click in the new tab ( although shift click still works fine).

So should we hold on to proper grammar in titles or try to have minimal related information that would be of interest ignoring ( is it true, how to prove etc. ) and just have mathematical latex as title?

Thanks

• For future reference: Single line breaks in your input are ignored by the parser and replaced with run-in text, making your post hard to understand. You should try formatting your points a different way. I fixed it for you this time. – user856 Feb 28 '13 at 8:35

• @WillieWong The two-line snippets shown in the lists Questions and Unanswered usually suffice to detect such posts. Unfortunately, my newest toy ?tab=interesting does not have such snippets (nor do other home page sub-tabs). – user53153 Mar 2 '13 at 17:23