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I've noticed that a lot of the newer StackOverflow users tend to make use of ambiguous tags. For instance, many of the posts about Android fragments use the tag instead of the more specific (and correct, in my opinion) tag.

Should we edit posts that use ambiguous tags or is this considered not a big deal?

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Yes. The tag says this in its description. I assume this would carry over into other tags as well. "Please use the Android-specific tags such as [android-intent], not [intent].

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