I completely rescind my recommendation to simply tag posts and allow searching of posts by said tags. It will not be enough due to a simple fact; There are alot of newer and younger users, new blood, just getting started using Unity, and they will flood the forum with basic questions irregardless of available forum tools. As programming or scripting gets taught at a younger age, and as Unity get ever more popular, this is to be expected. In a way its a good problem to have, but a problem nonetheless. As an experiment, I searched for a question that was not about, simple syntax errors, how to move an object or some other simple thing, how to use a certain component, how to implement saving/loading, infinite loop logic errors, etc. I had to go 12 pages back in the scripting forum, and in the end the question was about how to load images from a URL, which has been asked several times even after the WWW class needed to be replaced with UnityWebRequest. Not to say that these are beginner questions, but they are things which can and should be searched for, in the API, in written guides, even youtube guides, and previous posts in the forums since they have been asked repeatedly even before this wave of new blood came in. The new blood already don't have a comprehensive understanding of forum use, let alone the Unity game engine, and C# scripting. The problem isn't beginner questions being asked, but their frequency. The forum has been flooded with an extreme amount of beginner level questions, people with genuine problems on what they are trying to do get pushed down and go unnoticed. So my recommendation is to split scripting into at least 2 subcategories. The current scripting forum remains as is, and there be a new forum called "Scripting Guidance" where a more teaching approach is expected, since that's what the new blood needs, guidance. I do realise this might actually be creating a hug box, which has led to many modern problems when it has happened, but I am at a loss of how else this problem can be combatted.