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Would it be possible for it to be easier to access the 'interesting' questions? They are only displayed if you click the Stack Overflow logo. Clicking that shows a totaly different list than clicking questions.

It was initialy confusing that the two buttons generated different results. I feel there should be more documentation on filter types in the faq or the two buttons did the same thing.

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So you wan't something easier than a single click? hmmmm, tricky. – vascowhite Jun 12 '12 at 17:39
Seriously though, how could it be easier? Any suggestions? – vascowhite Jun 12 '12 at 17:42
It was initialy confusing to begin with and if it featured more, or there was more guidence, it would be easier. I don't see what is different between 'interesting' and 'questions' and why 'interesting' couldn't feature more seeing as many questions are relevent to you. – Bonzo Jun 12 '12 at 17:43
Then maybe you need to flesh out your question a bit more. You haven't made clear that you find it confusing, just that you want it to be 'easier', whatever that means. – vascowhite Jun 12 '12 at 17:45
@vascogotlost I think the main point is the "interesting/top questions" section isn't a "tab" like the other sections, it's not immediately apparent how to get back to it from say /questions – Ben Brocka Jun 12 '12 at 18:20
@BenBrocka you're probably right and I would tend to agree with that, but it isn't made apparent in the question, particularly before the edit. – vascowhite Jun 12 '12 at 19:46

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