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Is there a way to have tag suggestions?

Knowing the advances in AI and the like, is there any way to have the system suggest proper tags based on keywords and content? I find that, often, I don't know what to tag something or I just try ...
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Tags for answers [duplicate]

Has anyone ever thought about having tags for answers in addition to the tags for questions? That is to say that when someone writes an answer they would be able to assign tags to the answer separate ...
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Nedarim-Shevuot Tag

I am curios why the nedarim-shevuot tag is a single tag. The Mishnah separates them into separate categories.
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Should we revisit the “no other tag” Purim Torah policy?

As per the Purim Torah policy: Apply the tag purim-torah-in-jest and no other tag. Since we now put PTIJ in front of all Purim Torah posts, should we revisit this policy, since it’s now more ...
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Pesach Upcoming Events tags

Our Upcoming Events sidebar has a link to Pesach questions, with the tags passover and passover-seder-hagada. Should it be expanded to include other Pesach-related tags? I've stumbled upon: four-...
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Tag Proposal 'minhag-theory'

Just as we have separate tags for halakha and minhag, I propose a separate tag for minhag-theory parallel to halakha-theory. This would be for "questions about theoretical and general concepts of ...
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The Tags Derabanan and Oral Law

Closely Related: https://judaism.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/4143/the-tag-deorayta-deoraita Could the descriptions of the two tags "Oral-Law" and "De-Rabbanan" be clarified - to clarify which ...
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Mishneh Torah Tags

How should a question regarding a Passage in the Mishneh Torah, (Sefer Shoftim, Mamrim) be tagged? Rambam: Could "also: mishneh-torah" be added to the tag? Mishneh-Torah: As a separate tag - to ...
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Seeking list of MY tags

There seem to be some 500 allowed tags on MY. Where do I find a list of them. (When I click on tags, I get a screen with a dozen and an option to click through 50+ such screens.)
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Usage of Rabbis Tag

The rabbis tag says that it is intended for "Questions about the lives and personalities of Jewish religious authorities." I agree that there is reason for a rabbis tag. However, this description ...
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Tag synonymy arayot to replace by [tag:isure-bia]

For all halachic topic concerning prohibited sexual intercoure, I feel interesting to re-group the topic to Issure Bia, following the Rambam category, instead of the olds Arayot, giluy-arayot erva. ...
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Can we have a uniform way for Parsha tags? [duplicate]

Can we have a uniform way to create parsha tags, so that we don't end up with tags like parshat-korach, parshas-yisro, and vayechi?
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Are the [bava-kama], [baba-metziah], and [baba-batra] tags for the Gemara or the Mishna?

None of these tags has a tag wiki excerpt that explains which one, and I'd... like to write one? :P But seriously, are they for the Mishna or the Gemara?
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Merge [averah] with [sin]

Someone created averah (2 questions), but there's an existing tag, sin, with 165 question. Can someone synonymize averah with sin?
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Duplicate [parshat-acharei-mot] tags

We have duplicate tags of parshat-acharei-mot and achrei-mos. Should these be merged?
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What's the difference between [alef-beit] and [aleph-bet-letters]?

Is there a difference between these two tags, or was alef-beit just created because it's an alternate spelling and someone didn't see aleph-bet-letters? BTW, hebrew-alphabet is a synonym of aleph-bet-...
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Vote to merge “art” and “pictures” labels

It seems (to me at least) that the "art" and "pictures" labels are redundant. Also, I wonder if even "symbols-symbology" should also be absorbed, as well as terms such as "icon", "iconography", "...
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targum-translation tag seems to merge two mostly unrelated tags

Why is there only one tag targum-translation for both "Questions about the various Aramaic translations that accompany much of the Jewish Biblical Canon" and "about translation of specific words in ...
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Why no answer tags?

More often than not, the key information related to a topic of discussion is in the answers, not in the question. So why is there no option to tag based on the answers, or even separate tagging for ...
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Why the five tag limit?

Why is the limit on tags set as five? Often there seem to be questions of sufficient complexity that the limit necessitates omitting fundamentally connected tags. What is the advantage of setting such ...
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Criteria for tag: Judaism101

As per our discussion in Creating a new tag for simple questions we want to decide on objective criteria before launching this new tag. What makes a question qualify for the tag Judaism101? The ...
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Creating a new tag for simple questions

Mi Yodeya caters to two distinct populations: those who give questions that show some good research and demand sophisticated answers, and those who ask basic questions and want simple answers. A tag ...
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Do questions about haftarot belong in the tag for the corresponding parsha?

Should a question about a particular haftarah be given the tag for the parasha that it goes along with? If so, what should be done about haftarot that are usually read with one parasha, but sometimes ...
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Should tags on a question include the presumed answer?

This question I tagged as aishes-chayil because, although the questioner didn't know the tag when they asked, it seemed germain to the topic of the question and all related questions would be of ...
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Strange tag synonym behavior [duplicate]

I have seen some strange behavior with tagging this week's parasha. I started typing parashat-s and was surprised to not see parashat-shemot come up as an auto-complete suggestion. What I saw was: ...
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Propriety of a Tag for “Counter-Missionary” Related Questions

We have a number of questions about interpreting passages in the T'nakh (or the like) with explicit contrast to how Christian understand such verses (or ideas) as supporting Christian belief. Does ...
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Consistency in tag transliteration [duplicate]

There is some inconsistency with tag names. Most of them are spelled according to sefaradi pronunciation like shabbat etc., but a few of them have ashkenazi pronunciation like beis-hamikdash and ...
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Use the new tag tip feature

We've long had a CYLOR disclaimer in the halacha tag wiki. A few days ago, SE gave tag specific pop ups. Could we enable this here? What other tags should we have pop-ups for? What should the pop-...
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Tagging guidelines

If a question presents an understanding, and specifically requests an alternative, should the question be tagged as relating to the provided understanding? For example, should this be a tanya ...
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Missing tag score

By my count, I have a score of exactly 100 in the halacha tag. But my user profile says I have 96, and I didn't get the halacha badge. It's possible I miscounted, but I'm also pretty sure I had 96 ...
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Suggested edit to help center page

I have seen several times users attempting to use tags as a way of clarifying their question, and assuming that the question will be understood based on which tags were chosen. I think this is a bad ...
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Standardizing parashah tag wiki (excerpt, full description)

To maximize the usefulness of parashah tags (e.g. Bereshit, Noahh), we would like to foster discussion on what standard content each parashah tag wiki should contain in its excerpt and its full ...
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autocomplete tag synonyms

When retagging (or asking) a question on the main site, you can type in tag names, and they will autocomplete for you. That used to work with synonyms also (for example, I'd type in diaspor, and chutz-...
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Can we get a minhag shtus tag?

There are lots of minhagim of dubious origins or worse and many, many teshuvot which refer to practices as minhag shtus. I submit my most recent question as evidence that questions about minhagei ...
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Can we get statistics on tag popularity?

Can we get nice-looking statistics on tag popularity, like this?
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Does the order of tags matter?

E.g. in https://judaism.stackexchange.com/posts/3248/revisions, the editors clearly applied significance to the ordering of tags (besides for adding more). But, does it matter at all?
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Merge or redefine Kavanah tags?

Should we merge or redefine the "kavana" tags? The tags in question are: kavana-concentration kavana-intent This question stems from this chat.
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Merge balak tag into parashat-balak tag

In keeping with the tags for other parshiot (search for 'parashat' on the tags page), can the balak tag be merged into the parashat-balak tag?
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Tag link does not provide complete list of questions with that tag

I was looking for this question, which I speculated was tagged parshat-shelach. I clicked that tag from another question and didn't find my question. So I searched for my question, confirmed the tag,...
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Inconsistent spelling of tags [duplicate]

I noticed that some of the tags that are made up using transliterated Hebrew words are not spelled consistently. For example, some of the tags in the general category of "hasidut" are spelled with an "...
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Do we want Hebrew in tags?

As of recently, tags can now be any (Unicode) character (not just 7-bit alphanumeric characters), with that feature being turned on only for sites that request it: and that request must be well-...
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Specific bracha tags

Should we have seperate tags for specific kinds of Brachos? e.g. We have tags for blesssing and sight. How about Sight-Blessings for ברכות ראיה?
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I'm no longer getting prompts for tag names

When I started on Mi Yodeya, I would ask a question and type in tag names and the machine would prompt me with similar choices that have already been made into tags. That feature is not working ...
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Daf-Yomi for its contents or for the concept?

The tag daf-yomi has been used most of the time for questions about the concept. For example: Looking for daf yomi app recommendations Preparing to learn daf yomi Yerushalmi Daf Yomi Scheduling for ...
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Should the tag “heterodox” have subcategories?

The heterodox is used for non-Orthodox movements. Would it make sense to create a separate Reform tag and a Conservative tag?
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Can I recover the tags of my question before they were edited?

I would like to improve the tagging of my questions as I see that the tags are edited many times. Is there a way of comparing the new tags with the original tags without keeping a record of the ...
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Timely tags on the bulletin board

Inspired by the ideas presented at "A way to bring attention to timely questions?" and by the new existence of the "Community Bulletin" board, I've taken the liberty of combining the two ideas: ...
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Systematic list of tags

As an answer, or perhaps multiple answers, to this question, should be a hierarchy of the tags used on the main site. Here's a bare list, excluding synonyms, with * meaning the tag has been ...
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How do we review and clean up our tags?

When asking questions I usually take some reasonable guesses on tagging and then, most of the time, somebody comes along and adds tags that I didn't know existed. Part of this, at least for me, is ...
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Requirements for Generalist Badge

I was perusing the list of available badges on SE and noticed the Generalist silver-badge defined as Provided non-wiki answers of 15 total score in 20 of top 40 tags. This seemed like a reasonable ...