Because Goodpoint is a belief network, the title of an idea must be a statement. This is what allows users to "Agree" with ideas. In other words, titles must not be questions or concepts, because those are not phrases that can be agreed with.
TK: illustration comparing statements to concepts/question. For example, “My dog is gray." could be compared to “My dog”, “Dog is gray”, and “My gray. Similarly, "10 Ways to Clean Carpet" could be compared to "There Are Many Good Ways to Clean Carpet"
Pro tip: "Proposition" is the formal name for what the title needs to be. It is an
important philosophical concept that requires a phrase to declare something. By making
a declaration, a phrase can be evaluated and agreed with (or not). Thus, when a phrase
is merely a question or concept, it does not declare anything that a user can agree (or
choose not to agree) with.