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Why do we even need an M1 tag to begin with? The M1 is just the name of this particular chip - it's like saying "i7" or "i5" and we don't have tags for these. We don't even have a tag for "Intel" though we do have one for powerpc and ppc (synonym). I think we should continue doing what we've done and tag the architecture and ...


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Not sure I see a benefit here. If a question is off-topic we put it on hold to give the OP the opportunity to revise it, and close it if they don’t (or the scope of the question doesn’t allow it). So a question is either on-topic and properly tagged, or closed (and tags not really important any longer).


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troubleshooting is a valid tag and should be maintained. Addressing the OP's concerns in order: It is definitely a dependent tag. If you saw a post that had just this one tag, you would not have any indication from tags alone about what kind of problem it is. This is quite common with a countless number of tags. Many times folks will ask a software or ...


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For now - I will make an edit to change magic-keyboard to be magic-keyboard-ipad so it’s very clear which hardware should be tagged.


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No, troubleshooting is a meta tag. It describes a thinking and not the actual question. Without a very good definition of how a question could be about troubleshooting solely, it would either apply to all questions or not be helpful in my experience. If you are troubleshooting an OS - tag it with the os. Hardware, use the hardware tag. Services, use the ...


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https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/charger?tab=Newest shows that people use charger, charging and charge often together which is pretty useless. Charge and charger has no user guidance either, which after creating one, despite its redundancy, would prove that they indeed are synonyms of charging. Separating from power can be done on the ...


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