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Sorting my Favourites Q&A in directories/tags

Whenever I like a question or think that a question might be useful for me for future reference I mark it as favorite. Now I have lot of questions as favorites. How do I filter them (my own favorites) based on the tags?

Like if I am implementing something with a technology, say C++ or Entity Framework, and I know that I have some questions in the favorite list for these specific technology and I want to view them filtered as a reference any time. How can I do this?

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If you want separate lists per tag, just click on the tag and you'll get it, like this

For your network-wide favorite tags all in one list, use the favorite tags filter. Go to the filters page, and select "favorite tags" on the sidebar.

You can also create a custom filter, by clicking "new filter".

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For example, I created the and filter for you: http://stackexchange.com/filters/46869/c-and-entityframework

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Thanks for looking into this. I appreciate. Actually I mean favorite marked question not favorite tag. In this filter I cannot filter by whether the question is marked favorite by the user which is me. That is what I want. Filter based on the tags + question should be marked favorite for user. – Abhijit Kadam Jun 5 '12 at 5:12
@AbhijitKadam: Oh, I doubt that that's possible. You can only see your favorites here, but you have a lot so I can see that you'd like to filter. – Manishearth Jun 5 '12 at 6:48
Ya, there are lot many and many more will be added. I want to sort them by tags. Any custom query I can write? – Abhijit Kadam Jun 5 '12 at 11:26
@AbhijitKadam: Not that I know of... :\ – Manishearth Jun 5 '12 at 11:29

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