We've been trying to clean up the tagging of the media, i.e. all the levels we've been uploading. Tags are great when someone is looking for certain types of levels. Of course we have the Categories (Precision/Timing, Adventure/Maze, Logic/Puzzle, Playable Bug/Exploit Levels, and Kid Stuff), but anyone is free to post to whichever Category they at first want. If I find some level grossly miscategorized, I'll move it into a more appropriate Category. I would love help on this so, in case you ever find a miscategorized level, please use the "report" feature (the link below the level card) to alert the staff to your observation. But this is a thread about media tags, which is the section called "Tag Cloud" (found right below Categories when viewing the levels listings). Senior Members of the forum have the privilege to tag their own threads and media in the forum. But as mentioned, we've been trying to clean these tags up to be meaningful and limit their abuse. Tags that are subjective are poor tags since they can have different meanings to different people. For example, an "easy" level for one person may be a "difficult" level for others. Similarly tags that are too common have little value as they don't help others find unique levels. For example "bbot" or "puzzle" as tags could be said for 80+% of our catalog. Thus I would love to get your input on what tags you would like to see and be able to find levels against. Please leave your comments below. Here is a partial list that we've started using to give you a guide on what we think make good tags: game style / theme + golf (essentially any lever-hitting-a-ball game; like Mini Golf, original level #42) + pinball (similar to golf, but levers are like paddles) + football/soccer (where B is asked to move balls at his feet) + ball control (like Balance Ball, original level #23) + labyrinth (after the wooden toy, AKA ball-in-a-maze toy, special version of ball control) + maze (for bots not balls) + traffic (as per the Traffic levels made by Martin, AKA Rush Hour by ThinkFun) + sliding puzzle (like Klotski or Unblock games; Traffic is a 6x6 sliding puzzle) + chess + code breaking (like Modern Art, original level #38) + sudoku + frogger (similar to the old arcade game or the contemporary Crossy Road game) bot types + nobots + rbotonly + bbotonly + weird bots (bot with non-standard head, e.g. headless, win block, multiple blocks, etc.) distinctive features + 2D (for slice-type maps) + underwater + animal + furniture + vehicle + tribute + movie + star wars + ww2 + world site + monument + pop culture notable levels + challenge# (for each of the level creation challenges) + 4kids (levels suitable for young children or made by young children as per this thread) + remake (re-design of one of the original 50 levels) + demo (although now limited only to the Game Behaviours section, this tag represents old demos) + onetapwin (although now limited to the Notable Levels section, this tag represents old levels that only needed one tap to win + collaboration (if more than one author contributed to the level design) + behaviour discovery (although these are now requested to be posted in the Game Behaviour forum). I'll add to the above list as warranted. Thanks for your help!