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As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gest important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that (see answers for workaround). This issue was also handled in question #7897

The most important tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't meaan there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get themost important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

Another important HowTo for together portal: Using question, answer and comment

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gest important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that (see answers for workaround). This issue was also handled in question #7897

The most important tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't meaan there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get themost important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

Another important HowTo for together portal: Using question, answer and comment

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gest gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that (see answers for workaround). This issue was also handled in question #7897

The most important tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't meaan there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get themost important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that (see answers for workaround). This issue was also handled in that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't meaan there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get themost important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't meaan mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get themost the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • updates when you are referring to the software updates. It's a good practice to also mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • updates(version number) when you are referring to the software updates. It's a good practice to also mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to the software updates. It's a certain software, it's a good practice to also mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags grows activity direct the right kind of attention towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that. Workaround given as an answer to question #7897: Separate tags with comma, press "Search" and then reload the whole page.that - searching for multiple tags only works on the quick search (bar on the right), not in Tags page (link at top right). Bug is discussed at https://together.jolla.com/question/18865/bug-search-by-multiple-tags-doesnt-work-in-together/

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags direct the right kind of attention towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that - searching for multiple tags only works on the quick search search (bar on the right), not in Tags page (link at top right). Bug is discussed at https://together.jolla.com/question/18865/bug-search-by-multiple-tags-doesnt-work-in-together/

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags direct the right kind of attention towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that - searching for multiple tags only works on the quick search (bar on the right), not in Tags page (link at top right). Bug is discussed at https://together.jolla.com/question/18865/bug-search-by-multiple-tags-doesnt-work-in-together/

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them.them. Edit: when adding a multiple word tag, use "-" between the words.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags direct the right kind of attention towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that - searching for multiple tags only works on the quick search (bar on the right), not in Tags page (link at top right). Bug is discussed at https://together.jolla.com/question/18865/bug-search-by-multiple-tags-doesnt-work-in-together/right).

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them. Edit: when adding a multiple word tag, use "-" between the words.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags direct the right kind of attention towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.

As the amount of questions grows, adding right tags to your question gets more and more important. Readers do not go through a list of 1500 questions - they filter them, and most easiest filters are the tags.

Questions can be filtered with several tags (showing only questions which have them all), but there is a small bug when doing that all) - Note: searching for multiple tags only works on the quick search (bar on the right), not in Tags page (link at top right).

The most important reserved tags are:

  • update Reserved only for release notes issued when a new software update is available.
  • roadmap Reserved only to tag items that are committed to be delivered in a future update.

Please note it is important you do not use these else the tags relevancy is lost.

The most important user tags are:

  • feature-request / enhancement / idea Use when the question relates to new features
  • bugUse when existing feature, either in UI, App or in the device itself doesn't work as it should
  • how-to Whenever your question is about how to get something done with existing features.
  • androidwhen the question is anyhow realated to Android Support (usually an Android App)
  • ui/ ux UI stands for User Interface, UX for User eXperience
  • askbot IMPORTANT when your question relates to using this together portal
  • (version number) when you are referring to a certain software, it's a good practice to mention the version with the matching tag, like 1.0.2.5.

If the question relates to a single Sailfish App, it's also normal to add a name of that app as a tag. Most used at the moment are email,browser,contacts/people, calendar, camera, settings

Tags like Sailfish, SailfishOS and especially Jolla are not too useful, as about all questions relates to these.

Differentiate: For example ambience is a meta-setting and has functions - while ambience-creation should be about what is missing in the path of creating those or how-to create them. Edit: when adding a multiple word tag, use "-" between the words.

IN CONCLUSION: Try to select tags wisely. Well chosen tags direct the right kind of attention towards your question and helps others, including developers, to concentrate on questions of their speciality or interest. Avoid extra tagging - the ability to use 5 doesn't mean there have to be 5.

ALSO: If you run into an important question, and it seems to miss a relevant tag, please edit the question to add one. Not all together visitors are familiar with using tags, so we could help each other a bit here. The goal is to get the most important questions under development (at this point, they are probably the questions tagged with bug, ui, uxand existing Sailfish application names.