EDIT Preferred form of answer is "Yes/No, because...", rather than "Because..." :)
All my questions here arise from my use of WPC, and accordingly initially I tagged them wolfram-programming-cloud. I use no other WL platform and have no idea whether the questioned behaviour is shared by other platforms.
People have repeatedly removed that tag saying e.g. "your question was in no way specific to the use of the cloud, so I have removed it" https://archive.is/lic8h#selection-963.12-963.95 EDIT: When I restored that instance, the same person removed it again https://archive.is/UUWMA
Another has objected to the tagging e.g. "there is absolutely no reason for you to stubbornly tag all of your questions wolfram-programming-cloud when they have nothing to do with it." "The fact you are using it is irrelevant. If I happen to be eating when I ask a question, I don't tag it sandwich, do I?" https://archive.is/HuPrc#selection-831.327-839.7
When I then omitted the tag from a question, a reader added the tag, saying "Added the Wolfram Programming Cloud tag because the described behavior seems confined to that platform, and not to desktop MMA 10.2" https://archive.is/kGKZz#selection-345.0-345.131. Tags are surely parts of the question, not the answer.
Another user said "@ChrisJJ do us all a favor. ... If you don't have access to [the desktop version of Mathematica], leave a comment stating you have not been able to compare the two. This small extra step will help keep the peace" https://archive.is/2l3E4#selection-849.150-853.37 I take this to suggest that in this forum for "Mathematica .... as well as related products", every question from a non-Mathematica user needs a note saying the behaviour has not been tested on Mathematica.
Note: This is not a RTFM issue. WL does exhibit undocumented variance in behaviour across platforms.
Note: Edited to replace links with links to archived versions.