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How can I view all my unaccepted questions across SE?

I would like to find all of the questions I have posted on the Stack Exchange network that do not yet have an accepted answer. Is it possible to do this with the website's current features?

I know that it is possible to do this for individual sites using a search query with a "hasaccepted" parameter, but I don't know how to search for these questions across all sites.

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My first guess would be run the "hasaccepted:0 user:me" search on stackexchange.com rather than an individual site, but I just tried it and it gave me garbage (such search features don't seem to apply to that particular site). –  Jim Jul 11 '12 at 20:46
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@Jim those features are built into SE's custom search, which the on-site search uses, but the all-site search uses standard Google which lacks those features –  Ben Brocka Jul 11 '12 at 21:05
    
I figured as much. Worth a shot though. –  Jim Jul 11 '12 at 22:03

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I think this would be a helpful feature with a real purpose.

The SE sites I ask questions on will usually be those whose domain I'm not an expert in. Hence, I will not be a regular to those sites, and it's shamefully often that I forget to accept an answer that helped me, only to come back to it months later.

A feature like this would help keep track of those questions.

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This is not an answer to the question. –  SabreWolfy Jul 31 '12 at 18:24
    
The answer to the question is to implement the needed feature. –  Travis Bemrose Apr 13 at 23:22

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