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 and discussion regarding the quarterly Creative Commons data dumps of all public data in the Stack Exchange network Q&A sites.
For apps and scripts which add additional functionality to the review queues, or make it available outside web browsers.
the most frequently asked and answered questions on Stack Apps.
a lightweight, plain-text, markup language. It is used across the entire Stack Exchange network for post formatting (Questions, answers, wikis, chat).
Question relating to the (now obsolete) Soapi.JS family of libraries.
Questions about Stack Exchange notifications and the API routes that provide them. Not about apps that provide notifications - use [notifier] instead.
For questions about how the API returns revisions of posts.
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…
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.
Use either for issues with the design of stackapps.com (HTML/CSS/UI) or for scripts that enhance the design (not features) of Stack Exchange sites. ... Use in conjunction with either the [meta] or th…
**OBSOLETE** version of the API. Decommissioned in May 2014.
For apps which work only on Windows platforms, or were specifically built for them.
For scripts that enhance browsing Stack Exchange by adding keyboard shortcuts (beyond the already existing ones). Use together with the [script] tag.
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!"
a PHP wrapper for the StackExchange API created by George Edison.
Stack Exchange API Contest (Completed in August 2010). This is for questions about or entries therein.