I noticed that recently the version-10 tag gets added to many questions which are not unique to v10 in any other way than that they ask about some new-in-10 functionality.
Does this serve any use?
Previously we only used version specific tags for bugs that were present only in a certain version, or when the question was asking for a solution for a non-current version of Mathematica (i.e. only a solution working in 8 is acceptable, not a solution that requires v10 functionality). Quoting from rm's answer to How should we tag version-dependent questions? :
I don't see the need for having tags for ... the current & future versions. That might give the impression that the question is applicable only to, say, version 8, and not to 9, which will probably not be true for most cases. I can see the use in creating version-8 when 9 is out and there is a difference between 8 and 9, but not prior to that, merely to differentiate between 8 and previous versions.
I propose that the version-10 be removed from questions which simply deal with v10 functionality. Those questions and their answers will be just as relevant for v11.