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 apps which work only on Windows platforms, or were specifically built for them.
For questions and discussion regarding the quarterly Creative Commons data dumps of all public data in the Stack Exchange network Q&A sites.
Use for apps, scripts or libraries that gather / collect / organize / represent statistics from the Stack Exchange network sites and/or the /stats endpoint
For the feature of registering your app / script / library to get a key and/or use OAuth authentication.
For questions about how the API returns revisions of posts.
A chatbot is an automated program that sends, and/or responds to, chat messages.
Markdown is a lightweight, plain-text, markup language. It is used across the entire Stack Exchange network for post formatting (Questions, answers, wikis, chat) and comment formatting.
For (meta) questions about apps, in general, that use or augment Stack Exchange. ... Or about the App listing process here on Stack Apps. ... Use in conjunction with one, or more, of the following tag…
used for questions regarding the limits of the API, including quotas as well as throttling.
if the question deals with problems with, or alterations to, jQuery in conjunction with Stack Exchange. Do not use the tag merely because your tool employs jQuery.
For questions about the icons of the sites in the Stack Exchange network and/or the icon attributes as found in the type site as returned by the /sites endpoint
For questions about apps, scripts or libraries that specifically target the Apple Mac operating system
**OBSOLETE** version of the API. Decommissioned in May 2014.
for apps that display, consume, or manipulate hyperlinks, but ONLY IF such behavior is a primary purpose of the app.
For questions about the maximum number of API calls per day, AKA 'quota'; 300 for unregistered apps, and 10000 for registered apps (per user when using personalized access tokens, per app otherwise).
Indicates that the site developers or other users were not able to replicate the behavior reported
These questions are the most frequently asked and answered questions on Stack Apps.
Questions about Stack Exchange notifications and the API routes that provide them. Not about apps that provide notifications - use [notifier] instead.
Question relating to the (now obsolete) Soapi.JS family of libraries.
For questions on how to use or build a browser extension that uses the Stack Exchange API or interact with an Stack Exchange site.
For questions about scripts or the Stack Exchange API involving Area 51 or its meta site
For questions that use the Chrome as the execution environment for an app, script or library. Or for bugs in the Stack Apps site that are reproduceable in this browser
For scripts that enhance browsing Stack Exchange by adding keyboard shortcuts (beyond the already existing ones). Use together with the [script] tag.
For *general* questions about using code libraries with Stack Exchange sites or the API. To POST, or announce a library, use the [library] tag instead. For questions about an existing, Stack-Exc…
For questions where a script, library or app builds and/or interacts with a widget.
For questions relating to the version 2.3 of the Stack Exchange API.
For questions about using the Stack Exchange API to access Stack Overflow for Teams data. For general Stack Overflow for Teams questions, please visit Meta Stack Overflow.
For questions related to the use of paging (returning a limited number of results, and using a page parameter to get the next batch) in the Stack Exchange API.
For Stack Apps that work on an iPad. General iPad questions are off-topic but can be asked on our sister site Ask Different.
For information on the fundamentals of developing solutions with the Stack Exchange API
Tag for questions related to User Flairs which are "a piece of valuable flair™ you can place on any website to show off your user profile!"
Question relating to the (now obsolete) Soapi.CS family of libraries.
stack.PHP is a PHP wrapper for the StackExchange API created by George Edison.
Use for questions that pertain to developer tools when used in conjunction with an app, script or library that utilizes the Stack Exchange API and/or site.
Use for questions about scripts or apps that run in or integrate with the Mozilla Firefox browser.