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.
Questions about user behavior, reactions to moderator decisions and other actions they take within the community.
Users that disrupt the community through negligence or malicious activity can be regarded as problem users.
for questions relating to moderators, their selection, their training, and their interaction with users.
questions related to the moderating of communities with a small userbase or if the building is still in progress.
Questions about how to handle conflicts between members of a community (users, moderators and other fractions within a community).
Use this for questions about user interactions within the community.
for questions about sites that are a part of the Stack Exchange network
Users who have started participating in a community recently. Often these users are not aware of all community rules - both explicit and implied.
Communities that meet in a physical location as opposed to online (examples of these are sports teams, church committees, or clubs organized around a specific interest).
The steps a community takes to gather, generate and present information relevant to the areas of interest in the community.
the process of keeping users involved in your community. Successful user retention starts at the first interaction with the community and continues through all future interactions.
Questions regarding the mechanisms for communications within a community, their use and usefulness.
Questions about how to promote a community: advertising, recruiting members, keeping new members engaged, etc.
interactive channels used to communicate with other people or devices on the internet and are generally about a specific topic.
appropriate for questions dealing with communities on social networks. It is also appropriate to add more specific tags such as the exact social network being utilized.
Topics related to legal issues, personal or corporate liability, or government regulatory compliance at a local, state or provincial, or national level.
Unwanted content, usually promoting a third-party product in unfavorable ways.
Harassment or other persistent, negative treatment of one person by another, whether the people involved are moderators or other community members.
Questions related to mitigating backlash - negative reaction amongst members to events within the group.
Privacy refers to a techniques and technologies used to protect sensitive or personal data, communications, and preferences from other users, administrators and governments.