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 and scripts which add additional functionality to the review queues, or make it available outside web browsers.
a set of tasks which periodically delete questions based on specified criteria. There are 5 Roomba tasks: 1 runs daily which deletes questions closed for > 9 days when they also meet other c…
can be used for chat-based applications that are designed to help chat room owners with room management functions.
on-topic or off-topic for stackapps.com.
to post a userscript that operates on Stack Exchange sites and/or uses the Stack Exchange API. For questions about user scripting and Stack Exchange, or its API, use the [scripts] tag in…
Questions about whether userscripts ([script] tag) with certain functionality exist. Some members of the community may react to these questions by creating those userscripts, should they not exist.
Questions about (user)script support, or using the API from userscripts. If you are announcing or posting a userscript, use the "script" tag instead.
Questions about searching via the API, typically using the /search method.
For questions about the `site` parameter or the /sites route of the API. Or about dealing with multiple Stack Exchange sites in/with the API.
Question relating to the (now obsolete) Soapi.CS family of libraries.
Question relating to the (now obsolete) Soapi.JS family of libraries.
a PHP wrapper for the StackExchange API created by George Edison.
Questions that relate to interaction with or usage of this site (Stack Apps).
the centralized domain used for network-wide authentication to any site in the network.
Use if the question applies ONLY to Stack Overflow and not the rest of the Stack Exchange sites. THIS TAG IS RARELY APPROPRIATE, only use it if you are very sure.
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.
actually due to the existing design of the system and is not considered erroneous behaviour.
Indicates that a feature request has been implemented, a bug has been fixed, or another type of request has been processed.
Indicates that a request (usually a feature request) has been considered, but will not be implemented. Generally speaking, a developer will leave a comment as to why, or the community will come to con…
Indicates that the issue will be reviewed in the future, or that a change in functionality is being delayed until a future date.