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 situations where at least one of the involved parties is eating and/or food is an important factor for the question.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in Egypt or Egyptian culture.
For questions about communication specifically over email. Can be used with other forms of communication, as long as there is a specific issue pertaining to email or using email as an option for commu…
For use on questions where there was an existing relationship that has been lost due to physical or emotional distancing.
Etiquette is a set of rules or customs that control accepted behaviour in particular social groups or social situations.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in the European region, more specifically when it is not necessary to use country-specific tags (such as [united-kingdom]).
Questions about the social aspects of physical activity where the activity is particularly relevant to the question.
For any issues related to family or families. Whether it is the questioners family or someone else's family. Can be used for questions relating to gatherings for families.
Questions about the first time a person meets another, and get's to know them for the very first time.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in France or French culture.
Questions related to interpersonal skills in a friend group. Use this tag to ask about various skills that are commonly needed in a group of friends.
For questions about interactions with friends, people with whom you share personal details of your lives and enjoy shared activities.
For questions related to creating, maintaining or breaking friendships.
Questions that are aimed at interactions between genders and/or to a specific gender.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in Germany or German culture.
For questions regarding the giving, receiving or selection of gifts between anybody. Include other tags for the relationships between the givers and recipients (such as friends or coworkers) and cultu…
Questions involving someone's grandmother or grandfather, either biological or legal, and interactions between them or also interactions between yourself and one of them. Can also be used for interact…
expression of goodwill upon meeting. When questions are related to civilities, pleasantries or salutation.
Questions about interactions surrounding grief and death. The deceased can be an acquaintance, friend, family, or pet.
to ask about interpersonal skills or problems focused on interactions within a group of people as opposed to a one on one interaction.
A often recurring behaviour that annoys or upsets someone.