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The StackOverflow question list looks like this (on my profile):

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I would like to filter out the "open" questions. Is this possible? Can this feature be created?

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If you do a question search using user:201482 hasaccepted:0 you will find all your questions for which you have not yet accepted an answer. –  Bart Jun 22 '12 at 10:37
    
This is on your profile rather than on the home page? Can you make that clear in your question. –  ChrisF Jun 22 '12 at 10:46
    
@ChrisF, it is on my profile –  Kees C. Bakker Jun 22 '12 at 11:05
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@Bart, pretty cool, but not very user friendly ;-) –  Kees C. Bakker Jun 22 '12 at 11:06
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I find it easy to use. If you need a quick reference, type @ into the search bar. It gives you this page. –  American Luke Nov 17 '12 at 21:52
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up vote 3 down vote accepted

This functionality is actually already available via search functionality.:

hasaccepted:0 user:me

Try it out now!

And check

  1. View my questions with unaccepted answers
  2. Unable to find unaccepted answers effectively

And this feature request is made so many times and it is always voted high. Though this feature requests had no any response. No or or :

  1. Sort questions in user profile by "Unaccepted" or "Date accepted"
  2. I'd like to be able to see all of my unanswered questions in my questions profile
  3. "Unanswered" question sort order on profile pages
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If it's requested so many times, then why isn't it build in yet.. –  Erik Dekker Jun 22 '12 at 11:53
    
@ErikDekker: I am not official for saying why isn't it built. I think may be because we are still able to find unaccepted questions through 'hasaccepted:0 user:me'. And their might be serious high priority issues being solved than this feature request. –  Somnath Muluk Jun 22 '12 at 11:57
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