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How do I see my open, or unanswered, questions? It seems that this is a lacking feature, and that others have asked for similar functionality.

I would like to review my unanswered, or questions where I didn't accept an answer, as maybe I later found the answer, or to ask differently. I'm also just curious, as I generally get comments, if not answers, in real time. Although I know of at least one question which I never expect to get answered, but it would still be interesting to have such a list.

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I don't think there's a way to list all your unanswered questions, you can still do so with several queries:

If you want to find someone else's unanswered questions, replace the "me" in "user:me" with the user ID of whoever's questions you wish to search.

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This definitely works, but it should definitely be easier to get at since SO shows the % accepted for a user in many places. Perhaps the % accepted should be clickable? – studgeek Sep 14 '12 at 18:03

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