A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
for questions about low quality questions and answers that appear in the Low Quality Posts review queue.
a lightweight, plain-text, markup language. It is used across the entire Stack Exchange network for post formatting (Questions, answers, wikis, chat).
no Meta Meta Code Review, so questions about this very site just get this tag.
For questions regarding posts being moved to other sites as a means of maintaining proper organization based on subject.
for questions dealing with moderator actions, pages, abilities or decisions.
Questions about diamond (♦) moderators, their powers, and actions they have taken.
For questions asking about posting code in two or more languages.
those users who may be new to the Stack Exchange Q&A format, and generally have a low reputation score.
for questions about the various user interface and email elements used to notify users of events on the site.
for questions regarding off-topic questions, including whether or not a question is on-topic and what to do with off-topic questions.
an open standard that allows users to log in to many websites with a single set of third-party credentials.
Nuggets that sit below a post to either reason its locked nature or a call for clarity in answers.
Indicates that the post shares product or configuration change concepts during the Discovery phase. Open to receiving feedback from the Community preceding implementation.
for questions about the user profile page, which contains a list of all the questions, answers, and an audit trail of the user's activity on the site.
for questions about Code Review questions themselves. This can refer to things such as relevant feature requests, merging, and migration.
Every user's account profile has a section showing the recent reviews, revisions, comments, badges, posts (questions and answers), and accepts.
For concerns regarding common issues in code often pointed out in reviews.
points that a user gets (and loses) on StackExchange for activities, which allow more (or less) privileges.
for requests to replace one tag with another existing tag. It also applies to requests that one tag should be merged into another, or simply abandoned.
For questions about the /review path where users can view and act on posts by other users that the system thinks may need attention.
RSS (an acronym for 'Really Simple Syndication') is an XML-based file format for providing well-defined syndicated content to "feed readers."
when examining what is on-topic or off-topic, and why.
for questions about the built-in search functionality of this site powered by elasticsearch.
Questions also answered by the user asking, easily marked by the shaded user card attached to the answer.
the way the main site is run and managed - processes, procedures, and routines that should be followed. Use this tag when you believe site-policy has not been applied correctly to a mai…
for questions about suspected user spam, the spam flag or combating spam as a community.
for questions about a specific answer to a question. Answers given to such questions might not be applicable in general.