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.
Use it when a more complicated translation is asked for; otherwise, use single-word-requests.
Use it for questions which a dictionary cannot answer about the meaning or correctness of a word in a sentence. Give as much context as possible.
Use it for questions about which word, in a list of few words, you should use in a sentence.
Questions about Esperanto culture, be it congresses, music, books and poetry, as well as those intangible parts of human interaction.
Questions about the difference in meaning or usage between two or more words.
for question about learning Esperanto or specific aspects of Esperanto.
Use it for grammar questions, or questions about the grammaticality of a phrase. Don't use it if there are more specific tags that apply to the question.
For all questions about the use and meaning of affixes, i.e. prefixes and suffixes.
For questions about the accusative case (used for direct objects, indicated by the suffix -n)
specifically for Esperanto, such as typing systems that allow accented characters or other apps that are especially useful to Esperanto speakers.
Questions related to printed or digital books.
those glyphs added to the Esperanto letters ĉ, ĝ, ĥ, ĵ, ŝ, ŭ, and their uppercase variant.