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How do I suggest edits to the tag wiki?

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On the page for the Edit Tags ability, it lists a part of the requirement as

To earn this ability, you need to have roughly a 97.5% approval rate for suggested edits to either the detailed tag wiki or the usage guidance for tags...

However, there's no "suggest edit" on tag pages. How do you satisfy this requirement?

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It's been a while since you asked this and, sadly, we still haven't implemented suggested edits for tag pages so there would be a way to gain approved suggested edits. I agree it's frustrating.

Moderators are able to grant specific abilities to specific users, so it is possible for a community to appoint trusted tag-page editors. I would guess that most moderators would (a) be happy to appoint some community editors (otherwise this is a mod-only ability, which wasn't the intent) and (b) don't want to make those selections unilaterally. A (community) meta discussion along the lines of "should we appoint some tag editors, and if so who?" would probably be a good way to gain some consensus.

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