Occasionally a question like this pops up, where a critical part of the question resides in the tags - in this case the name of the tool in use by the questioner.
From my perspective, tags should be used to facilitate searching and post grouping - not to convey significant pieces of information, especially since their use is often quite inconsistent.
Is there a consensus regarding this use of tags?
If it is indeed not desirable, what would the proper response be to such a question - especially if the questioner does not update it with the needed context?
Downvoting: One would think that questions with this problem are usually of quite low quality anyway, so downvoting is probably warranted.
Closing as 'Not a real question', with a possible deletion afterwards: For one, if you miss the tag then the question itself makes no sense. And even if you do not miss it, the question could easily stop making sense six months or a year from now if the tag is used inconsistently.
Not to mention that if you need to use Google to understand what planet the question is coming from then it is probably not a real question anyway...
Flagging for low quality and letting the review system handle it
Any combination of the above...