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I do not like that there are two "Unanswered" pages, but with the help of the question "Why does questions->unanswered not redirect to unanswered?" I know that it makes sense.

But why they have not different names? I think it would be more beginner friendly or maybe search engine friendly if they have different names.

Unfortunately I must confess that I don't know possible alternatives. Maybe someone of you? Or is this question senseless? If so, why?

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"Not answered enough"? – Pëkka May 21 '12 at 19:29
+1 well maybe :D – pearcoding May 22 '12 at 11:33

A valid point. Perhaps one of these, or some variation:

  • Unsolved
  • Unresolved
  • Unsettled
  • Open
  • "Needs answer"
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+1 I think "Unsolved" fits very well. The "Unanswered" page contains "questions with no upvoted answers" so they are "unsolved" or maybe "needs answer". – pearcoding May 22 '12 at 17:03

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