Hello writers, I know, some writers don't mind using dialog tags. The Potter books are riddled with dialog tags and "he said/she said", but I prefer saying whatever needs to be said without tags. In my opinion, it is easier to write "he said" instead of saying it without tags. I am aware that tags serve orientation. The readers needs to know who said what. Is it enough orientation if I have the character do some physical actions during the dialog to show it was him or her who said it? So, I was wondering if any of you got some kind of method/wisdom/rule avoiding tags during dialog between two or more people. I appreciate any kind of advice you can are willing to share.