You can make your article easier to discover by using common tags that are relevant to your article. Always remember to include the basic product tags, such as SQL Server, PowerPivot, Hyper-V, Office, and Exchange Server.
The following table lists commonly used tags that are not product specific.
Very helpful article. Thanks for creating.
Is it possible for a Wiki contributor to add his/her name to the tag list? If yes, in which cases?
"help" and "troubleshooting", What's the difference?
Yottun, "troubleshooting" is twhere you're learning about how to troubleshoot a specific problem. "Help" is an article about a Help feature or Help content.
Luigi, yes. I would use it when you author the article. Otherwise, it's going to confuse the author if you merely made a small edit on an article. There are times when the author doesn't do most of the work or just starts the stub. In that case, I think it's fair for both names to be on it.
Richard Mueller edited Revision 23. Comment: Attempt to fix cross-link
Richard Mueller edited Revision 24. Comment: Fix cross-link
What about 'Has Comments' and 'Has Images' tags? I believe they are also widely used if the article has more than 1 image or more than 1 comment
Naomi N edited Revision 25. Comment: Added 'For Review' tag