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In the users page, I can see all the questions and answers.

In the questions I can see the tags, but why can't I see the tags in the answers?

I think answers should have the tags!

EDIT:

When I say 'I think answers should have the tags!'

I mean the tags of the question it answers, not new tags. If I am looking through a user's answer list I might find some more interesting answers if I have the tags of the question it answers.

I repeat: I want the tags of the question it answers, not tags related to the answer itself.

Sorry for the confusion.

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Why should answers have tags? – Ladybug Killer Dec 28 '09 at 23:18
    
Thanks for clarifying that. – Bill the Lizard Dec 28 '09 at 23:39
    
ahh, NOW I get it. Thank you John! :) – Jeff Atwood Dec 29 '09 at 4:07
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Wait, wait, wait, Jeff! You edited a 10 hours old comment? THAT'S NOT FAIR! – Ladybug Killer Dec 29 '09 at 14:14
    
YES! That's what I meant (pictured above) in my duplicate question. If somebody else is browsing my profile, or vice-versa, and they look at the answer list, they can have a better idea of what the original question was about (the titles of questions often suck). I.e. - I am interested in X, do you have any sense when it comes to X? Where are the answers you have related to X? – Roboprog Jan 14 '10 at 2:23
    
@John Thanks for the image :) – AntonioCS Jan 25 '10 at 12:05

You know you can click on the tags on a user page, and see all questions and answers that user has ever provided in that tag, right?

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Nope. Didn't know that. Still think it would be nice to see the tags of the answers. – AntonioCS Dec 29 '09 at 9:03

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