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The question you're asking is designed to solicit opinions or best-practices on a particular topic, with the goal of reaching community consensus.
For questions about tags: notes placed on a question to indicate its topic.
Whether a specific question or general topic is able to be discussed on Arts & Crafts.
For questions about the scope of the Arts & Crafts site, what types of questions are permitted and whether a particular query would be on-topic.
A Question, a query to the board on a particular topic.
Use if you need help with the use of one or more of the site's features.
These questions are the most frequently asked and answered questions on the main site and our Meta. Before posting your own question, please consult these questions to see if there is already an answe…
for questions dealing with moderator actions, pages, abilities or decisions.
For questions about moderator elections and how they work and operate.
indicates that the report has been resolved through the implementation of a feature or the fixing of a bug.
For questions about chat, the site's "third place" (after main site and meta) where informal discussions can be had and questions asked that would be off-topic on the main site.
for instructions and guidance on closing or migrating questions, and the reasons for those closures.
Use this when you want to inquire about a specific question on our main site.
For questions about the numerical data of the Arts & Crafts site, e.g. number of questions, GB/day transferred, etc.
be used for. It is usually determined by the description of a tag (like this). Use this tag if you want to describe or edit a tag's scope, or have a ques…
For discussion about the Community Promotion Ads which are voted on by users of each site, as well as the explicitly commercial advertising that appears on this site (if any).
For questions about tags that mean the same thing and may need to be marked as a synonym. For clear synonyms, use [support]. For synonyms that might be questionable, use [discussion].
Questions and announcements regarding events, attracting new users, or otherwise promoting Arts & Crafts externally should use this tag.
for questions regarding the use and policies of commenting. Comments are small addenda to each question or answer, intentionally limited in size and formatting, and intended to prompt cla…
For questions about answers: how to answer, whether specific answers are appropriate, and so forth.
Peer voting on questions and answers is one of the most important aspects of the network, since it incentivizes users to add and improve content. It gives users most of their reputation, and also usua…
Questions about diamond (♦) moderators, their powers, and actions they have taken.
For (proposals for) threads that act as a repository for information, feedback, or external resources (e.g. reference images, websites that allow for sharing artworks).
Any Meta thread that proposes or invites users to an event created to boost community engagement. An example is the Community Gallery.
For questions about the process of editing, how edits work, and other general inquiries about the edit system.
For questions about the entire network of public Q&A sites that make up the Stack Exchange network, e.g. about network-wide policies.
Voting to Close is the process by which users can vote to close a question. You gain the ability to cast close votes when you reach 500 reputation.
For questions about the flagging process, when to flag, how flags are handled, etc.
For procedures involving the renaming, splitting, merging, synonymizing, or removing an existing tag (and involving the question(s) the tag is currently being used on).
Unanswered questions are questions which have no upvoted or accepted answers. Use this tag for this type of question, or for the unanswered questions tab which lists questions that meet the same crite…
New users are those users who may be new to the Stack Exchange Q&A format, and generally have a low reputation score, which starts from 1 at the time of registration.
Etiquette is the collective noun for the norms and standards of accepted behavior and politeness in our community. The golden rule is "think before you post."
For questions about hyperlinks, generally those created within the network, on questions, answers, or the site itself. This can be about dead or aged links, properly replacing links, adding or removin…
For questions about the process of asking questions.