For example, my question is about submitting a form: should I use the tag (x 2061) or the one (x 891)?

This example is not really expressive, but sometimes, there are much more people following the more general one than the more specific one, so it could be a better choice, even if the more specific one is more meaningful.

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    in this case, I think form-submit should be synonymed to submit – Wouter J Mar 29 '13 at 17:13
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    @WouterJ I'd be hesitant to do that. I think that it should be the other way around - form-submit tells me much more about what it exactly is before I read the wiki - submit could be applied to practically anything. – Richard J. Ross III Mar 29 '13 at 19:10

Generally, of what use are specific tags at all, if they are not used when they apply? So from that, I'd say use the specific one (even if I can imagine situations where it would make sense to use them in tandem, saying it's both about the general case and the specific subcase).

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