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 a submitted issue is 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.
Indicates that the site developers or other users 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 a change in functionality is currently under consideration, or needs further investigation. This tag will only be added if the question is tagged with [meta] as well.
Changes the "style" (look & feel) of a website
Use for the Stylus or Stylish browser extensions. These customize the appearance of web-pages that you browse. That is, Stylish lets you "Theme" or "Skin" pages you visit by allowing you to overwr…
You need help with the use of the Stack Exchange API, apps built on the API, or assistance building scripts that work on Stack Exchange websites.
For questions about using the Stack Exchange API with the Swift programming language. General questions about Swift are off-topic but might be asked on Stack Overflow.
Apps that live in ... um, that thing in whichever corner of your screen, with all the icons in it.
Tools that help with tags, or issues with the API handling of tags.
For questions about retrieving tag wikis with the Stack Exchange API. There is no option to edit them.
For questions about the question templates used here for applications, scripts and libraries
For questions about words/terms that are specific to the Stack Exchange API.
For questions about testing apps, scripts or libraries that use the Stack Exchange API and/or integrate otherwise with the site.
Tools that help with the post timeline feature, or issues with the API handling of /timeline routes.
For Stack Apps scripts that modify the top bar of Stack Exchange sites.
For Stack Exchange applications which interact with Twitter. General software development questions about Twitter can be asked on Stack Overflow; end user questions on Web Applications Stack Exchange,…
For questions about the /questions/unanswered endpoint
For questions about creating or understanding the URLs used to call the Stack Exchange API or OAuth end-points
Tools that help with user profiles/accounts, or issues with the API handling of users
A script designed to run with the extensions Stylus, Stylish, etc. -- to alter the look of a site via CSS. A subset of, but not the same as, the [style] tag.
For questions that ask about the versioning on the API, site or your own script.
For questions related to the voting endpoints of the API, including delete and close votes
Apps accessible using web interfaces should use this tag. Questions about SE sites really shouldn't.
For questions where a script, library or app builds and/or interacts with a widget.
For apps which work only on Windows platforms, or were specifically built for them.