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Improving the tag system (categories)

was thinking there are so many tags around (around 27 pages) How can we improve the tag system, some suggestions: can we not create categories that group tags together, so that instead of looking ...
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Single click on any tag while editing tags, effectively double-clicks, displaying tagged question list

Single clicking on any tag while editing tags, whether to add or remove a tag, performs the double action of executing the click (adding or removing the tag as requested) and then going to the list of ...
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Are “zombie” tags removed on meta, too?

I know that on main site the tags which have no questions associated to them are removed from the system every 24 hours, see here or here. However, we have a few tags at meta which have no question. ...
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Should there be a [proof-writing] tag?

I was recently reading this question and I edited it because I thought that it should have a better fitting title and tags. However, I can think of no fitting tag, as the question is not about any ...
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Should [notation] and [symbolism] be merged?

The [symbolism] tag now has two questions. In my opinion, symbolism and notation are the same thing, and it makes sense that their tags should be synonyms. Does anyone disagree, or is any moderator ...
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How come we got rid of the tag 'coin' but not 'dice', 'poker', etc?

Sounds like the tags dice, poker and coin just fall under probability (or I guess 'permutations' or 'combinations'). I recall we got rid of coin some years ago. eg this Expected Value : Poker I think ...
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Why there is no tag for Causal Inference?

I have a question about my Mathematics Stack Exchange post: Responses to the study questions from Causal Inference in Statistics (by Judea Pearl). At the moment of posting I found that there is no ...
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Capitalization and Usage for “Fundamental Theorem of the Calculus” in tag wikis

Is there a standard way on M.SE to refer to the Fundamental Theorem of the Calculus in tag wikis? What I've just written is what I was taught, but I recognize there are many other ways. Interestingly, ...
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Tag for “Is this known?/What field is this?”

Many times, when I am doing math on my own, I've found some sort of area of math that I want to know more about, if such an area already existed. (This was actually how I found out about percolation ...
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Should there be an “ordered algebraic structures” tag? Should this replace “ordered groups” and/or “ordered fields”?

There's really no appropriate tag for this question I just asked. One idea for labelling this question and other, similar questions, would be to create a new tag called "ordered algebraic structures." ...
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Racks-Quandles theory tag

I considered creating racks-quandles tag for questions about racks and quandles which appear in knot theory. Can be this an useful tag? I wanted to put it in my question when I've discovered that I ...
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What tag fits, for questions about strategy but not for proofs?

I'm referring to questions from https://math.stackexchange.com/search?tab=votes&q=trick like: Lesser-known integration tricks, How do you prove that $n^n$ is $O(n!^2)$?, Ways to evaluate $\int \...
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Should MSE actively (structurally) encourage questions which disseminate information across specialties?

Over the past month, I have used (and perhaps abused) both MSE and MO in order to obtain certain purely mathematical information of critical importance to my team at this point in its research ...

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