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There is "newest" sub-tab in both tabs.

  1. Questions tab
  2. Unanswered tab

What's difference between two different logic? Which questions those tab's give?

Also why "Questions" tab also have unanswered subtab though there is "Unanswered" Main tab? Answer->For this What is the difference between two unanswered-questions links? answered me somewhat. Though if there is better explanation it will help.

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The newest tab will show all questions ordered by ask date in descending order (newest first).
The unanswered newest tab will show all questions with no upvoted answers ordered by ask date in descending order (newest first).

You can see what questions are the current tab is listing from here:

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Means only questions having answers received and they are having votes. Those will not be reflected in Unanswered tab. I asked question because I have seen questions having answers also shown in Unanswered tab. I wasn't knowing don't require votes to show in Unanswered newest tab. :( Thanks – Somnath Muluk Nov 24 '12 at 7:11

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