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The question may be very simple, but I still don't know how. Thanks.

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You can use Filters, see this other answer. – Shadow Wizard Dec 27 '12 at 9:56

You can use the search feature to turn up questions where more than one tag is applied:


Then sort the results to your liking. However, there's no or operator that I know of. In other words, searching [php][lisp] isn't going to show you PHP or LISP questions, but questions tagged and . That may change, as Stack Exchange is investing a lot of time and talent into the functionality and features of the search.

However, both the front page and the questions page should be a rather nice blend of questions that are marked with some of your favorite tags. For now, I think that's the best you can find.

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You can search by or now, e.g. [jsf] or [jsf-2] or [jsf-2.2] or [jsf-1.2] ( – Vsevolod Golovanov Jun 4 '15 at 16:27

Under questions, on the right navigation bar click on your favourite tag and there you go. Or search for tags and only those questions will come up

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Got it, thanks a lot. Moreover, can I select more than one tag? – user1802305 Dec 27 '12 at 7:50
as far as i know, i think at one time you can list questions of 1 tag. But my knowledge of SO is limitted so maybe someone else can guide us if you can select more tags at once – Hanky Panky Dec 27 '12 at 7:52

I think you cannot have multiple tags active at the same time. when you choose a tag only the questions related to that particular tag will be displayed.

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