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When I search for the tag using the searchbox (by typing [chronology]) or click on the tag link, it tells me there are 0 questions tagged chronology and

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

Yet, searching for chronology without the [] tag marker brings up a load of questions, some of which are tagged .

  • I get 4 research results when searching for [chronology]. Make sure you click on the newest or votes tab to see these. There are no frequent or unanswered results. – Andrew Swann Sep 17 '13 at 13:32
  • @AndrewSwann Ah, I see, thanks. Then I should probably change the question to why the tag gets you to the FAQ section rather than a more general one. – ThomasH Sep 17 '13 at 14:31
  • Most of the time it remembers which tab you used last and shows that. – Andrew Swann Sep 17 '13 at 15:03
  • @AndrewSwann Ok, now I feel really stupid ... – ThomasH Sep 17 '13 at 21:20
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The search results have a number of "tabs". In the case of [chronology] you need to click on newest or votes to see 4 hits, frequent and unanswered currently have no hits. By default, the system remembers which tab you looked at last time you did a search, so the first list shown to you has a good chance of being one of the tabs with a small number of matches.

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