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 attempting to achieve consensus or discussion on what is on and off-topic for the site.
For questions about the system of labels/keywords used to classify questions based on their topic(s)
used to ask about specific questions (e.g. why a question was closed.)
For questions about the promotion of the site outside of Open Source SE. If your question is about community ads, use the [advertising] tag. If your question is about contact with organizations, use t…
For questions attempting to seek the reasons for placing questions on-hold, or about the reasons for closure themselves.
Examining the usefulness and clarity, overall quality for questions.
Discussions for questions about moderators, their roles and responsibilities, as well as their actions and conduct in dealing with situations.
Tag synonyms are labels for categorizing questions. Tag synonyms are created when two related labels are merged due to common misspellings, or synonyms of the same word.
Closed questions are questions that have been placed on hold, or are inactive due to a status on the question itself. To determine why a question was closed, or about possible reasons for closure, use…
For questions about the site development phase before graduation: beta.
Discussing the elements of making the site neutral, and about creating a welcoming, user-friendly experience.
Examining the usefulness and clarity, overall quality for answers.
Discussions for determining scope overlap between sites as well as question/answer migrations.
Discussions of the content on the site tour page.
Discussions of possible partnerships or other official contacts with organizations related to the topic of this site
Close reason for questions that are vague or not specific in natures, and would likely attract many answers, or require extremely long ones.
Indicates that the reported behavior is intentional and not subject to change