Navigating to:

Assign size to image in Google Slides

shows it has been tagged with google-slides. The link on that page is https://webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/google-slides

When click on that link and I get this:

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Why? It should at least list that one question that is tagged as google-slides, no?

*Edit 2015-07-26: Something got changed on the original link above. It now is tagged as google-presentations and not as google-slides, thus invalidating some of my question here:

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The message in your screenshot tells you why:

You are on the Frequent tab.
There are no frequently asked questions at the moment.
Perhaps you'd like to select a different tab?

(A question qualifies as "frequent" when it is linked from other posts.)

The choice of a tab on the tab page is "sticky"; the system remembers the last tab you opened when you were on a tag page. If you switch the tab to another one, say, "newest", navigate away and then repeat the same steps as in your question, you'll see the "newest" tab instead.

This behavior can be somewhat confusing, which is why that message is there. The good (?) news is that this navigation system is soon to be replaced.

  • Well, now answer is valid. But, when I originally posted this question, the question I referred to, webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/76703/…, actually had a tag of google-slides and not google-presentations. And it was at that point in time where clicking on google-slides revealed no questions.
    – bgoodr
    Commented Jul 26, 2015 at 18:30
  • So the possible bug there was was that there was at one point in time a question tagged as google-slides, but clicking on the tag showed nothing when clicked upon. It should have at least showed that one question in the result set.
    – bgoodr
    Commented Jul 26, 2015 at 18:31
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    A question qualifies as "frequent" when it is linked from other posts. If the "frequent" tab is selected, and no questions with the tag qualifies as "frequent", guess what you will see? This is what happened.
    – user79865
    Commented Jul 26, 2015 at 18:35

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