UPDATE Sterling work by @Rubén and there are at present no Qs with this tag - issue is 'moot'.
Tag usability lacks a Usage guide, has 3 followers and is currently applied to
14 6 Open questions: Q: Can't “see” Gmail's “new look”?
Q: How do I disable zoom effect when hovering mouse over thumbnails in Google Image Search?
Q: How to add user to an existing post in Google Plus?
Q: How to Change “me” in Gmail
Q: How to change the picture in the upper right corner in Gmail?
Q: How to make to an existing public post private in Google Plus?
Q: Is there a way to change the 15-minute edit rule for comments on a Ning site?
Q: Is there a way to stop Google sheets from telling me to use Ctrl C?
Q: Link to a cell in a Google Spreadsheet via URL?
Q: Move a Facebook chat window horizontally
Q: Quickly navigating to a date in Google Calendar
Q: Shortcut for clearing a column on Tweetdeck
Q: Turn off smooth scrolling in Slack
Q: Weird date display on Windows Live Calendar task view
Regarding Shog9’s criteria for burnination, summarised as:
- Does it describe the contents of the questions to which it is applied? - Is it unambiguous? - Is the concept described even on-topic for the site? - Does the tag add any meaningful information to the post? - Does it mean the same thing in all common contexts?
IMO the As are, in order: No, No, Yes, No, No.
It is a topic with experts (eg see the SE site: User Experience) but it appears current usage here has little connection with that site. Oxford Living Dictionaries has this definition:
The degree to which something is able or fit to be used.
which seems to imply a degree of subjectivity and hence potential conflict with the primarily opinion-based close reason.
Would anyone care to speak in its defence in a trial for its life?