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I was using some search options to filter unanswered questions, with zero answers to try and answer them, thus helping reducing the enormous unanswered questions count.


This effort will only be worth it if the user who placed the question actually gets to accept an answer (mine or not).

So I've tried to find a way to filter the questions whose users that placed them are still active, but after searching here on meta, and reading the stackoverflow search options page, I haven't found the proper way to do so. (assuming such method does exist)

Is it possible to apply a filter to questions, whose users that place them are still active?

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I feel your pain, but I don't believe any means are available from the advanced search options alone. – user7116 Jul 1 '12 at 21:55
You might be able to stir up some results on, but I doubt this would get all of them – gobernador Jul 2 '12 at 2:50

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