I think that a tag and tag should be added. This question (Windows 8 and Ubuntu Dual-boot: Many duplicates) could use these tags as well as many other meta questions.

Tag uses and definitions:

Concern: This tag is for questions that are asking about a concern for Ask Ubuntu. Users concerned about specific issues may use this tag.

Quality: This tag indicates a question about question, answer, comment, or Stack Exchange quality. Users asking questions about improving their questions may use this tag.

  • How can I improve this question to receive up-votes? What do you suggest @mateo? – Devyn Collier Johnson Jun 21 '13 at 19:34
  • oh, meta is slightly diffrent than the main site, as votes on this question are in support/against the feature-request, not denoting quality of the question(also on meta rep dosn't matter) – Mateo Jun 21 '13 at 19:48
  • expanding the use cases may help, or if you feal more strongly about one tag you might seperate the tag requests, so we might explore both in greater detail. – Mateo Jun 21 '13 at 19:51
  • @mateo At this point, I am afraid that doing so would cost me more reputation points. I have flagged this question for deletion. – Devyn Collier Johnson Jun 21 '13 at 19:53
  • meta questions/answers have no effect on rep... voting is pure agree/disagree. – Mateo Jun 21 '13 at 20:01
  • @mateo, really? I never noticed that. Thank you for informing me. That is an interesting concept. That helps. – Devyn Collier Johnson Jun 21 '13 at 20:06
  • meta tags on meta ... That's a new one. – user98085 Jun 21 '13 at 22:22

We usually don't end up using tags like concern because these are usually ubiquitous, and can be applied almost anywhere. Much like the tag on the main site everyone has a concern/problem, the more important thing is what the concern is about.

Also on meta there is a small sub-set of required tags, of which one must be included.

Some alternatives to "quality" may be better to put a tag that is in line with why there is aquestion of quality, downvotes, close reasons, editing, translation, ect.

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