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Questions about the acceptability of questions. This tag denotes discussions about what is acceptable to post on the site, and for what reasons in either direction.
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Questions about "on-hold" and closed questions, voting to close and close reasons.
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Editing refers to how one should propose/make edits on others posts. Use this tag for questions about how to make edits, or the editing system.
for support with the answering system, to discuss community policies affecting answers and the way they are written, or to discuss a particular answer.
indicates tags that do not accurately represent the game, console or other topic area, and gives an alternate tag name that should be used instead.
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for questions regarding the voting mechanisms, including up and down voting. For questions related to voting to close, use [closing] instead.
identifies a question asking for help in a retag job. For clear jobs, use [support]. For jobs that might be questionable, use [discussion]. For rename requests, use [tag-rename-request] inste…
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edits made by users with less than 2,000 reputation, or anonymous users. Use this tag for questions about the suggested edit system.
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for questions about the review system or to discuss particular review outcomes.
Questions about the acceptability of answers. This tag denotes discussions about what is acceptable to post on the site, and for what reasons in either direction.
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