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I edited the tags of my very first Codidact question: https://software.codidact.com/posts/281486 Someone proposed the "python" tag. Since I am working with C++, I removed the "multithreading" tag and added "C++". (I am not sure if that was a good idea. But that is not my problem.)

Current state of my questions is, the multithreading tag was effectively removed but the new C++ tag didn't appear instead. Is this a bug?

BTW I would vote for 6 instead of 5 allowed tags. That was one of a few annoying restrictions in StackOverflow I would like to overcome. I have never needed 7 or more tags for a question but I needed 6 several times.

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This is weird: I tried to edit the tags on your post to see if I could reproduce it, and the editor showed the C++ tag there even though the post did not show it. I deleted and re-added it and saved the post and it shows up now. I don't know why that happened. I'll pass it along to the dev team.

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