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I have two questions:

  1. How can I filter only accepted answers by OPs that are given by me from my all answer list?
  2. How can I filter only accepted answers by OPs out of all answers given by any user? (not necessarily important for me to know)
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up vote 4 down vote accepted

You can't do this in the answer list, but you can do it with the search feature.

Search the site in question using isaccepted:1 and user:[user id].

To find all of the accepted answers on a site, simply search "isaccepted:1". To find all of your answers which have been accepted, put your user id* in there.

For all of your accepted answers on StackOverflow, you would search "isaccepted:1 user:1355763".

All of your accepted answers on Stack Overflow

All accepted answers on Stack Overflow

*Note that your user id is different on a site-by-site basis, so you will need to change the search if you want to find your accepted answers on a different site.

Note: For a site-independent search, you can use user:me, without needing to worry about your user id on a particular site.

As was pointed out in the comments, you can search for your answers that aren't accepted by changing isaccepted:1 to isaccepted:0.

Related: you can search for questions with or without an accepted answer using hasaccepted instead of isaccepted. However, you can't combine the two. Related Feature Request.

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And for your not-accepted answers: isacepted:0 user:1355763 – awe Sep 5 '12 at 12:22

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