Beginning in the middle of 2015 we successfully introduced tags for common functional groups. In this discussion it was noted that thiols is rarely used and maybe not such a good tag therefore. Lately thioether was introduced and I thought that this will likely face the same problem. Since we graduated tags with single uses are not automatically culled (iirc), so that is no problem. However, I debate that the tag is actually useful.
Instead I am proposing the creation of a tag that has all kinds of sulfur or just organosulfur compounds as a target.
A very quick search supports that there are enough uses of "thio" in questions to support such a tag.
I am, however, uncertain about the name and a scope. I was originally thinking of thio-compounds, but I could not find it in the goldbook. I thought it would transport the meaning of a sulfur containing compound quite well.
I think that organosulfur is too specific as it would (kind of) exclude thiocyanate.
And just using thio seems to be just wrong, although the entry for the prefix exists in the gooldbook.
Please go ahead, suggest names, propose scopes, discuss in general.