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I see that if you do a search on stackoverflow.com for something like books, it forces it into a tag search, and the relevance tab isn't there (so the most important results are pretty much hidden)

But when you add a second word you do get a relevance search and so, some very interesting posts come up.

So I guess what I'm asking is, where's da relevance tab for tag search?

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

The relevance you are looking for is the Votes tab..

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<p><span> sort ah </span></p> – bobobobo Dec 25 '09 at 17:14
    
I guess that is it! But its just not the same. – bobobobo Dec 25 '09 at 17:18

Ermm.. my guess. A tag is a well... a tag! A tag search hit is a hit, everything tagged with that tag is considered equally relevent.

Well, please enlighten me if I'm wrong. :P

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