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RSS feed of your favorite tags

I am starting to be more involved in stackoverflow ;) I just want to view where i can see the newest questions that match my favourite tags. Is it possible?

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migrated from May 11 '12 at 4:24

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marked as duplicate by Jeremy Banks, Manishearth, Cody Gray, Pops, ChrisF May 23 '12 at 21:14

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^ I went looking for a feature request and discovered that this feature already exists. (Well, it's for all favourite tags across-the-network, but in your case that's equivalent.) – Jeremy Banks May 11 '12 at 5:10
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Make a bookmark like: or django?sort=newest

Replacing python or django with an or separated list of the tags you want to watch. Go to that page, and websockets will take care up updating it when new questions are posted.

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Thanks! That's not really integrated with my favourite tags, but at least I have a way to do ti now! – tibo May 11 '12 at 4:33

Just click on a tag, then click on newest, btw this belongs in meta

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Sorry, I need to see several tags. – tibo May 11 '12 at 4:42
  1. You can do as said by Doboy:

Just click on a tag, then click on newest.

  1. You can also use Favorite and ignore tag features to highlight specific tags question.

  2. You can also subscribe to tag as described in here: How can I get mail from Stack Overflow on questions about specific technologies?

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Just click on a tag, then click on newest


Type the tag name in the search box above and Enter

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