Are the tags going away entirely, or will they just not be visible to everyone? We use them for several different things.
That question is answered by Simone in the comments from the blog post announcing the tag changes.
Thanks for the link, relache. I am just signing on and saw this and have read up.
Tags will see be used but will not be able to be seen by others. The tags are what pull in the related forum listings.
My disappointment is that Google + has been removed. I have given my opinion about that on the blog post listed above.
Thanks, relache! I had asked there as well.
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