I don't get why I am allowed to post an answer to my question in the question's editor:
I know from Stack Overflow that this feature exists on Stack Exchange websites.
It seems relevant for Stack Overflow, indeed someone may have the answer to a question that hasn't been already been answered on the site.
However, I don't believe it makes sense to have this feature on Code Review. Am I not supposed to seek someone else's point of view, advice and expertise to determine how to improve my code? I can't just come up with a question on a code snippet and improve it myself. That doesn't make sense to me.
The link shown next to the checkbox: "share your knowledge, Q&A-style" points to an article by Jeff Atwood on the StackOverflow blog...
Does this feature really belong on Code Review? I mean are there any questions that have immediately been answered by the person who asked it?
Just to make sure: I'm not against the possibility of answering your own question. Sure a user could do that. I am specifically referring to the possibility of answering your question when editing the question itself.