Use for questions that are not about bugs or feature-requests, but rather about subjective aspects.
For questions dealing with tags management (e.g. merging or removing a certain tag).
Tag questions that are bug reports. The posts should indicate a reproducible problem on the site that might be due to a
For posts indicating an issue, when this has been resolved (implementation or bugfix).
For questions asking for help about the site's features.
For posts asking for a new platform feature or improving an existing one. Such posts do not behave as normal questions,
For posts related to comments added for the posts (e.g. what is recommended to add as a comment).
For posts that ask about content being on-topic or off-topic for a non-meta category (Q&A or Code Reviews).
For questions related to properly displaying of code in posts (questions, answers, comments).
For questions whether something is on-topic or not. Consider using [scope] instead.
For questions about how code is rendered in posts or about it appears in the answer (e.g. code only answers or what type
Used by Codidact team to inform the community about the latest changes etc.
Do NOT use this tag. Consider using [support] or [discussion] instead.
About posts being off-topic, Use [scope] instead.
Questions about users with moderator privilege (what they can do, discuss about their actions etc.).
For questions about the main platform editor used for editing questions and answers.
Use for questions dealing with imported content from other platforms such Stack Exchange sites.
For questions about the syntax highlighting performed inside the code blocks.
For posts about usage of highlightjs for code syntax highlight. Consider using [syntax-highlighting] instead.
For questions about various types of notifications that can be received on the site (internal, e-mail, etc.).
For questions related to Code Review site category (e.g. proper categorization of posts as code review vs. Q&A).
For posts that deal with the scope of architecture related questions.
A special tag indicating that the requested feature or bug will not be fixed in the near future.
This is a special tag that indicates that a proposal (e.g. feature request) was briefly analyzed, but further analysis is
A special tag that indicates that the requested feature will not be implemented in the near future.
A special tag indicating that the requested feature will be implemented in the near future.