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It could be just my perception, but I seem to find a lot more questions that I want to look at in the Interesting tab (on Stack Overflow) than I do by just browsing (despite the fact that I have many tags which I ignore and many that I follow).

According to this question, the system populates the Interesting tab based on your favourite tags as well as questions you've answered before, etc. This is great, but the issue I have is the fact that the Interesting tab is only ever one page. You can't get to a second or third page of interesting questions as far as I can tell.

So, my question is this: Is there any way to get more than one page of questions such as the ones you would normally see in the Interesting tab? Perhaps a particular combination of search options?

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"I seem to find a lot more questions that I want to look at in the Interesting tab (in Stackoverflow) than I do by just browsing". Weird how that works :) – Michael Mrozek Aug 14 '11 at 3:06
Haha, fair point, although I did qualify that with the fact that I've ignored a great number of tags, so there is obviously more to the Interesting tab than just questions from your favorite tags. – skorks Aug 14 '11 at 6:52

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