I find myself all too frequently voting to close a question and having to give a custom reason along the lines of "Homework questions with no attempt at a solution are off-topic". In fact I see a fair few others doing the same thing.
Although actually in a few cases (like this one) I see that someone has said "I'm voting to close this as off topic", but seemingly not actually having used the "close" button - in that linked question for example the number of votes to close shows zero despite the comment.
While this Meta question is somewhat related, that is specifically about flags, not the close vote.
I question why there is not an off-topic close reason which is specifically for "Homework without any attempt at a solution". This does seem to be a valid reason for closure, and quite rightly in my opinion. In fact a fair few of the questions I've voted on with that as a custom reason have been closed by others voting the same way.
What are your thoughts on adding this as a specific reason rather than having to manually type the same custom reason over and over again? (I personally must have voted closure for that reason a dozen times or more).