There must already be an answer somewhere, but I have been searching and searching and haven't found it, so:
If I search on Stack Overflow for
ssas Query timeout expired HYT00 I get no results, but if I search for
[ssas] Query timeout expired HYT00 I get two results. This seems like a less-than-ideal user experience, as it requires that users a) be aware of tags, b) remember to search with them and c) guess which of their search keywords might exist as tags. (I know, I know, tags are second nature to you all, but they're not to me and I expect many others.)
Am I right in thinking that the search engine doesn't check for tags matching the search terms, and if so wouldn't doing this be a better experience?
Ah, based on a comment to the answer to Why I can't search through this site with keywords by tagged questions?, this promotion is done for some tags, presumably the most popular. So I guess my question should be why isn't it done for more or all tags?