Inspired by the question found here: Three beginner clarifications about Cribbage
The three questions put forward in the above post are not individually problematic; they each are, or have the makings of, clear and objectively answerable questions. However, the issue lies in the fact that all three are posted in the same "question".
From the perspective of someone seeking answers in the future, going through the cribbage tag and finding a post labeled "Three beginner clarifications about Cribbage" wouldn't really help me. Whereas three distinct and individually titled questions would be of more use to me for knowing whether that answer deals with whatever issue has come up, or whether I can just ignore it.
Also it would increase the number of questions and answers on the site. Just saying.
I believe the general practice across StackExchange sites is to discourage such posts unless the included questions are clearly and tightly related. If the questions are distinct and related only by their tags, they should probably be closed and re-posted as separate questions.
Is there yet any policy for dealing with this situation here?