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How do I search for questions with specific tags?

Stack Overflow has a global search which searches all tags, but is it possible to search results according to tags?

As at times user needs to search a question limited to tags say or etc.

If not, can this be implemented?

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marked as duplicate by jonsca, ben is uǝq backwards, Michael Mrozek, hims056, Manishearth Dec 19 '12 at 11:27

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You can type the tag(s) between square brackets in the search box.

[tag-name] other-kewyords

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You can search within any tags by using [tagname] in the search box.

For e.g. if you want to search for questions tagged JavaScript, you can do this by adding [javascript] in search box

Questions tagged JavaScript.

You can also add multiple tags like this: [javascript] [html]

You can add other keywords behind tags like this: [javascript] dynamic
This will show questions tagged JavaScript and contains dynamic word

For more see this search tips

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Yes. To search for all questions tagged with , enter


into the search.

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