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As I've started to ask more questions on StackOverflow, I've realized it would be nice to be able to separate my questions into at least 2 groups, if not 3 groups.

  • Unanswered
  • Answered
  • Accepted Answer

I find I'm generally adding info from suggestions/comments to my unanswered or answered questions that I haven't yet accept an answer on. It also helps to be able to keep track, these are the 3 or 4 questions I still need answers on, and I might need to possibly add a bounty, improve the question, check my existing comments/answers, etc.

I'm guessing this data is tracked at the database level already?

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Low tech solution: use the search feature and your browser's bookmarks.

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Hah, very cool, didn't know I could do that, or better phrased, didn't think of doing that!!! – Brian Deragon Nov 22 '11 at 18:53

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