A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
if you're looking for a wiki implementation/engine, converters between different wiki syntaxes, wiki plugins, or similar wiki-related software.
manage changes to documents, computer programs, large web sites, and other collections of information.
Use this question when seeking recommendations for financial software.
for software (typically Web apps) offered as a service, running on someone’s server you don’t control
Software that protects the user's private information from unwanted interrogation from others.
Google's online applications, including Google Mail, Google Drive, Google Search, Google Calendar, etc.
Facebook apps, and any software that interacts with Facebook (browser extensions, login methods, …)
Simulation refers to software packages which model the outcomes of systems (discrete or continuous) with defined inputs, often useful when the intermediate states are non-deterministic or so complicat…
when the software you're looking for should not require a fixed installation to a dedicated machine.
Software that, or software that interacts with other software that, aids in the design of graphical art.
when seeking software to create and edit HTML documents (typically web pages).
For tools that work with natural/constructed (but not programming) languages in some way (learning languages, grammar/spell/style checker, language generation …).
Recommendations for software, extensions and tools related to Microsoft's Visual Studio IDE.
for software that interacts with YouTube (e.g., uploading, downloading, or searching videos).
Software that (or interacts with software that) synchronizes data from one (or more) location(s) to one (or more) other location(s)
specifically when seeking recommendations relating to Microsoft SQL Server. For general database questions use the [database] tag.
to say it doesn't need to be embedded into an other software to work. (This tag shouldn't be confused with [offline], which is about the need, or not, to be connec…
the automated processing of text in human languages, typically to extract information from human speech.
the process of transforming still images into a series of images that resemble a movement. Tools that enable you to create or modify animations should use this tag. Tools that show animat…