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Take this question as an example;

How can I increase the number of custom Order Fields in Expresso Store?

The question relates very specifically to Espresso:Store.

I know there is a tag showing that it's an Espresso:Store question but should we edit the title to include the add on name since it is such a specific question?

In this case I would say the title should be something like

"How can I increase the number of custom Order Fields in Espresso:Store?"

To me it just seems that for the sake of clarity the question title should contain specifics like this.

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I agree, and edit titles in this manner often.

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    I edit titles too as needed to make the questions more clear. Edit away! – Anna_MediaGirl Apr 19 '13 at 14:10
  • I would agree - if you're having issues with a particular add-on, having that in the title would definitely help you sift results. – Tim Post Jun 20 '13 at 16:33
  • Plus - the page and title will be pulled into search results that get served up to a wider audience, and ppl might be drawn here when they either didn't know about this place (which is how I first found stackoverflow) or they may decide that this question is better suited than something similar on another site, to what they also want to find out. – user800 Jul 5 '13 at 6:47
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Agree, this is really helpful to have the specific add-on in the title, because often people don't look at the tags and just give a generic answer.

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