has been created and I get an annoying warning when trying to change it to . Generally all multi-word tags should be hyphenated. Can we please change the tag name.

Since it is a product name / trademark we should likely have one called too. We already have one question (Safety of a smart switch on a fireplace) that is tagged with it without disclosing any Samsung specifics in the question.

Edit: Someone changed it to .

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SmartThings is a proper noun, not a concept. It's spelled as a single word.

As the brand is getting confused with the concept, I've suggested an edit to change the tag to .

“Smart things” as a concept is far too vague to be a valid tag.

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    In that case let's call it samsung-smartthings to make it clear it's their product name, otherwise people will tag all sorts of stuff with it.
    – Helmar Mod
    Dec 6, 2016 at 23:35

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