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I'd like to review my questions for which I have not approved an answer. It seems the obvious place to do that would be on my profile page, but I don't see an obvious way to do that. Any other way to do so?

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marked as duplicate by yoozer8, casperOne Nov 15 '12 at 21:03

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

You can use this search:

user:me is:question hasaccepted:0

For more information about these operators, see the search options page.

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If you look at the page listing your questions, the ones where the number of answer is yellow are questions with an accepted answer.


The green background just means one of the answers given for the question have been up-voted.


As alternative, you can search for user:me is:question hasaccepted:0. This is useful if you asked many questions, and just few of them don't have an accepted answer.

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+1 That last little tid bit of information is really interesting. I did not know you could do that. – Josh Mein Nov 15 '12 at 19:57

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