Better you Dismissed Helps
The FamilySearch Help Center contain these paragraphs in the article titled “What do I do with record hints in Family Tree that aren't a match?” This indicates the need for either a new policy or a new feature.
Record hints point you to historical records that may refer to a person in your family tree. However, if the person's record on Family Tree is missing vital information, includes a very common name, or has incorrect information, you may see hints that do not apply.
If you find a record hint that doesn’t apply to anyone in your tree, go ahead and dismiss the hint so that no one attaches it by mistake.
Do not dismiss the record hint if you have already attached a similar record hint. Attach it instead. Dismissing duplicate record hints may prevent the hinting system from finding record hints in the future about this person
The first paragraph refers to Family Tree. This should be more exact.
The second paragraph needs to be more specific. “Dismiss” should be changed with something equivalent to “declared to be not a Match”.
The third paragraph above illustrates the requirement. I believe there is a requirement to have a place to hold dismissed helps. This would inform users wanting to reinstate a Dismissed Help why it was dismissed. This should not prevent reinstatement, rather it would encourage a thoughtful decision regarding reinstatement. In other words, users should be in encouraged to refrain from behavior that values quantity over quality in sources.
The current version of FamilySearch does exactly that when the advice in the third paragraph is reversed. This provides options on how to correct the situation. A minimum approach would only change the documentation, and perhaps a pop-up notification whenever a user clicks on Research Help items. A more ambitious approach would be to provide a named holding list which would require consideration before reinstatement. Starting with the minimal approach could be followed by a more comprehensive approach.