The example question given can now only be seen, by those who can see deleted questions, at https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/261498, because it was self-deleted by its asker, after accumulating its fourth close vote of "unclear what you're asking".
Personally, I would have voted to close this question as too broad. However, if the question had been more focused as:
Is there a way to create a hexagonal pyramid in QGIS?
then my approach would be different.
My first thought would be "I know what they are asking, and they are asking a single question, but there is nothing to show that they have tried even a Google search before asking".
With that thought, I think about the first part of the guidance provided by the downvote's tooltip which is:
This question does not show any research effort
and so I would apply a downvote (by visiting the question, if necessary), and try to find time to also make a comment to ask what they have tried.
- I would not choose OK because the question shows no research effort.
- I would not Edit, because the main thing missing from this question, after reducing its scope to asking about a single product, is knowing what the asker has tried, and only they can provide that.
- I would not Recommend Close, unless it was still asking about two products (i.e. two questions, and then my reason would be Too Broad)
- I would choose Skip
By the time the next reviewer sees the question, I would hope that the asker has addressed my comment and downvote, by providing some details of their research, and if not, then I think a reasonable action by the next reviewer would be to upvote my comment (or make another), downvote the question, and choose Skip too.