I have noticed a very common missuse of tags: the tag [homotopy-type-theory] is frequently used where the tag [homotopy-theory] should be used instead. Just in the last few questions, two questions (Projective plane as a subcomplex of a 2-dimensional CW complex homotopy equivalent to $S^2$ and Constructing a map between suspensions that induces isomorphism on homology groups) were given the tag [homotopy-type-theory]. Yet they are not questions specific to homotopy type theory, but are just about general homotopy theory.
This may be caused by the close resemblance between the appearances of the two tags, and a possible lack of understanding of what the homotopy-type-theory tag is for.
This causes a few problems. First, it polutes the [homotopy-type-theory] tag. When someone (such as myself) searches that tag, we are faced with a bunch questions unrelated to the subject. Second, including this tag may lead viewers to believe that the author of the question is looking for a solution to the problem in the language of homotopy type theory. This is often a reasonable confusion, given the tag, since most of the mis-tagged questions are about homotopy theory. Third, the questions mis-tagged with [homotopy-type-theory] often fail to have the [homotopy-theory] tag. This means the question may not be seen by viewers looking for [homotopy-theory] questions.
Is there anything that we can do to remedy this? Of course, we can edit each mis-tagged question on a case by case basis. But I think this may be a common occurance, at least relative to the number of actual [homotopy-type-theory] questions. Even if nothing can really be done, I thought it was worth bringing this problem to the attention of some mods, unless of course this is a well known problem.