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.
For questions about the web interface of Flickr
A computer file sent along with an email message.
A tool to provide translations from one given language to another.
For questions about Google Finance - service focusing on business news and financial information. Can be applied also on Google Sheets' GOOGLEFINANCE function.
An online auction and shopping website in which people and businesses buy and sell a broad variety of goods and services worldwide.
Simple plain-text markup language whose processor produces HTML.
For questions regarding interaction with YouTube channels.
should be used to differentiate questions about the delivery of messages, whether push, email or text, from other questions on this site. Use when the topic is activity updates as provided sp…
DO NOT USE THIS TAG: If you have a generic problem with your browser, ask it on Super User; if you have a question about how a specific browser (e.g. Chrome) interacts with a web application, use that…
DO NOT USE THIS TAG. User interface refers to the design and usability of a web application.
pertains to questions related to "friends" on social networks or other websites.
Remove; cancel; erase; expunge data, files or an account. The action is usually irreversible.
A search service created by Google that allows users to search the web for image content.
OpenID is a standard that describes how users can be authenticated by 3rd parties which means that websites don't have to store user credentials.
For questions about the Evernote web client
Data liberation is the activity of retrieving a user's data from a web service.
Use for questions about how to better interact with a website that works as a web application by using a web browser. DO NOT USE it for questions about interacting with website through its API as thi…
Often just MFA, a security measure that requires a user to provide multiple pieces of evidence of identity (factors) such as: knowledge (something the user knows); possession (something the user has) …
Streaming video is video which is received by a user at the same time as it is delivered by a provider.
Services that help people share, spread and organize their favorite websites, web pages and other links
Post Office Protocol, version 3.
For questions about Trello's project management functionality.
For questions about using web applications in a browser on an iPhone (a touch-screen based smartphone designed and released by Apple Inc.) Questions about using (native) apps on the iPhone are off-top…
A data format used for providing users with frequently updated content.
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is one of the two most prevalent Internet standard protocols for e-mail retrieval, the other being the Post Office Protocol (POP). Virtually all modern e-mail c…
Google+ Photos was replaced by Google Photos in May, 2015. New questions should NOT be asked with this tag.
pertains to questions related to one's personal page in a network, whether social or otherwise, such as Facebook or Twitter.
Facebook apps are applications that run on the Facebook platform so that you can easily use it using your Facebook account.
Boards have collections of lists, and lists contain cards.
A weblog hosting provider owned by Automattic and powered by the open source WordPress software.
Almost all questions relating to Android are off-topic and should be asked at Android Enthusiasts, not here. Use this tag only when your problem specifically pertains to using a web application in a b…
Transforms an oft-times obscenely long URL into a much shorter, compact version
An American provider of on-demand internet streaming media in the United States, Canada and Latin America and flat rate DVD-by-mail in the United States.
Online advertisements that you see on a website to sell a product.
For questions relating to the selection, copying and subsequent pasting to transfer data.
The representation of a physical user, usually in a computer system and hence coded with a number. May hold personal details and preferences.