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.
Indicates that the feature request or bug is something that is intended to be implemented or fixed, but not in the near term.
Indicates that the site developers were not able to replicate the behavior reported.
Indicates that the feature request or bug is something that is intended to be implemented or fixed, ideally in the near term.
Indicates that the site developers were able to replicate the behavior reported.
Indicates that a change in functionality is currently under consideration, or needs further investigation.
for questions regarding the design of the Stack Exchange websites; e.g., for issues with the layout.
Formerly one of the possible reasons for closing a question, it has been superseded by the "not constructive" close reason. This tag is for questions *about* subjectivity, *not* for indicating that yo…
For questions about the process of suggesting edits on posts for which you do not have the ability to edit directly and must go through the review system to have your edits approved.
You need help with the use of one or more of the site's features.
Tags are keywords or labels that categorize and group your question with other, similar questions.
Tweeting the "interesting" and "hot" things to Twitter via the integration of bots
Unanswered questions are those questions which have no up-voted or accepted answers.
Refers to user accounts either generically, or across the network.
For questions about the user interface elements (inputs, checkboxes, etc) that make up this site. For questions about the design of elements, use the design tag.
This tags is for general questions about users and user accounts.
Peer voting on questions and answers is the primary way users gain reputation, and also how many items are sorted to the top.