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A smart credit system to solve the mass tagging issue. Lets create a OS credit which you earn based on your engagement. You need to use this credit to promote your question (like tagging, question rank etc) Although a simple way to start can be limiting max number of tags

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So assume you have a OS currency. You earn this currency by answering/asking questions You have to spend this currency to tag people
Yea this has been suggested many many times before. Thanks for the thinking though :) Do tell when you have more ideas.

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Yes, I agree! I get tired of the people that spam all the top people on to there question! Especially when I am helping others.
It could effect people who are tagging for specific people to help them though. I like the idea of a max number around 5 or so.

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