So I saw this today:
If I had identified an typo error in a mail which I just sent (like sending wrong date for an event), what should be my best correction?
Example : Please read it as 'A' instead of 'B' Please ignore 'A' it is 'B'
Which was rightly closed as "Primarily Opinion Based" by 5 different users, including a diamond moderator. In defense of his question, the OP replied to the closure with:
I marked this under email – sudheer maddula 1 hour ago
So I went and looked, and yep, indeed the tag wiki for [email] reads:
Any queries concerning the language, or appropriate use of words in emails i.e. greetings, salutations, body, or farewell words. Generally on words acceptable or not or its proper usage relating to emails
This seems to directly invite off-topic POB (subjective) questions.
There are only 36 questions with this tag. I haven't looked through all of them individually, but unless someone can make the case that there are kinds of legitimate, non-subjective questions which can be asked about emails specifically (as opposed to any other medium), I'm going to burninate this tag.
If you don't want this tag burninated, downvote and make an argument in the answers (or upvote an existing answer which makes an argument you agree with).
If you think this tag is unlikely ever to add value to the site and is better burninated, upvote.