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In the "Questions" tab/button/section/whateveryoucallit, you can filter by tag: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/bug
But in "Unanswered", you cannot: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/bug (improperly goes to the "My tags" section)
This would be very useful if you are skilled in one area and want to answer questions in that area.

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You are on the wrong tab. Switch away from the My Tags tab, because it will override your selection (My Tags is effectively a list of tags, so it cannot be filtered.)

Remember, SO tabs are all STICKY. If you select a particular tab one, it will stay selected.

the My Tags tab on /unanswered now overrides and shows exactly what tags are in play, also, it uses your "interesting" tags if you've populated them.

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I don't get it. If I show the questions for a tag by clicking on that tag, there is no "unanswered" tab in the second tab row, only in the first row. And when I click at the "unanswered" tab in the first tab row, it shows questions of all tags again. I don't see any stickyness. The only thing I see is "Unanswered/My Tags", but this does not help much, since in "My Tags" there are many tags I find interesting, but for which I am not necessarily competent enough to answer questions. –  hstoerr Jul 14 '09 at 17:44
    
@hstoerr. Took me a while to work it out. Click "Unanswered" tab, then down the right column you'll find a panel titled "Unanswered Tags", click on your tag of expertise and I reckon you've got what you want. Or stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/<insert tag here> –  Tim Murphy Jul 17 '09 at 0:56
    
Whoops. Sorry I jumped the gun. My instructions are base on what it looks like you should do but it doesn't work. @Jeff. I think you should give this a high priority. I want to make it a routine to try and answer one question daily but only for vb.net questions. –  Tim Murphy Jul 17 '09 at 1:01
    
Thanks Jeff. Really useful, hopefully I can not be useful and start answering some questions. –  Tim Murphy Jul 23 '09 at 0:53

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