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Is there any way to search a site for all questions that I asked, that have answers and that I have not accepted an answer to? I often forget to check off accepted answers because I don't know of a quick way to filter for these.

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Related: How can I view all my unaccepted questions across SE? and Find all of my unaccepted questions across all stackexchange sites, which is closed as a dupe of that first one but is arguably slightly better. Rather than vote to close this post, I'm going to edit it to focus on the single-site case, since that's what the answer assumes (reasonably so, since this was asked in mid-2009). –  Pops Jul 31 '12 at 21:10

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Using the search feature

user:me hasaccepted:0

To ensure it also has an answer

user:me hasaccepted:0 answers:1

After looking at your username, I'd like to clarify that it is user:me for everyone. The fact that your display name is also "me" is just a coincidence. Alternatively, you can replace user:me with user:###, with a userid replacing the pound signs.

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+1 for confusing me with me –  balpha Aug 23 '09 at 8:12
    
How can I search for all questions of this type across the entire stackexchange network? There are unresolved questions on multiple sites that I'd like to add accepted answers to. –  Anderson Green Jul 11 '12 at 20:03

Click on the following link:

Questions, where you didn't accept an answer

See search ninja for more hints to search on StackExchange sites.

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