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.
Discussion group service provided by Google
An instant messaging service and software application by Facebook. Originally developed as Facebook Chat.
A finite set of one or more keys that invoke a software or operating system operation when triggered by the user.
Messages or alerts that let you know that an update, service change or some other activity has occurred
a free web service where people publish a weblog.
For questions about the web interface to the Dropbox cross-platform file synchronization utility. Questions regarding installed Dropbox applications on devices should be asked on other SE sites.
Gathering of Facebook users around a topic, personality or event to share and discuss said topic
a service for managing all of your photos, introduced May 29,2015. This tag is for questions about the web version of the app.
Microblogging service that allows text, video, images, links and quotes
For questions related to preventing unsolicited junk messages 'spam' from reaching the intended recipient.
Use for questions about the Slacks's web version accessible from a browser. Questions about the installable versions are off-topic on this site.
Business and career-related social networking service
for spreadsheet questions where the question or answers involve an in-the-cell worksheet function.
a platform for building and deploying mobile applications specifically designed for low-resource settings.
Full or summarised text format published by a website that allows users to subscribe or follow a website without necessarily having to revisit the site to see the updated content.
Either of services which play, edit or record still images in successive motion or the transmission of such in real-time
Or Hyperlinks - a reference to data that the reader can directly follow, or that is followed automatically.
Questions specifically about the use of Amazon.com. If your question is about an order you've placed with Amazon.com, you need to contact them directly.
should be used to differentiate questions about the importation of a range of data from other questions on this site. Use when the topic is the IMPORTRANGE function. Should generally be used …
Styling information beyond the minimum of semantic elements: colours, styles (boldface, italic), sizes and special features.
an instant messaging and video call service that is embedded in multiple Google web services and can be use as a web and mobile standalone app.
Free website analytics tool from Google. May be more suited to Webmasters Stack Exchange.
A free online diagram drawing application. Please only ask questions about the web version of draw.io; if you're using one of the desktop applications, ask your question on Super User.
Questions about Google Apps' web-based email, part of a suite of web apps for custom domains.
A free email service by Yahoo!. It currently supports POP3 and IMAP.
Use for questions related to how Google Sheets handle dates, times, durations.
For questions specifically about charts/graphs created in Google Sheets
a free online encyclopedia that anyone can edit.
Images and graphics that you upload and/or share with others. Tag along with a specific web app if it relates to use in that service. Prefer instead more specific tags where appropriate and already av…
Combines a Facebook user's wall and profile updates into a single default view shown in reverse chronological order
For questions about the VLOOKUP spreadsheet function that allows the mapping of a selection (a ‘search key’) to a result in the same row of a table (‘range’ or ‘array’).
Allowing another user access or providing a means to better spread the word of your service or content.
A free photo sharing application that allows users to take photos, apply a filter, and share it on the service or a variety of other social networking services.
For questions regarding the privacy of personal information on Facebook.
regex stands for "regular expressions". They are used to define a string search pattern that could be used in some web applications like Google editors to do input validation, search and replace among…
For questions about recovering access to a user account