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In Stack Overflow I follow the tag of xpages. So the URL looks like this:

But in the page I can see only tabs of info, newest, faq, votes, active and unanswered, but not answered. Is there a way by which I can see all the questions with tag of xpages which have been answered i.e. answer for that question has been selected?

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Remember though - Just because an question doesn't have an accepted answer, doesn't mean it doesn't have a correct answer for it. – JonW Feb 15 '13 at 10:15
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[xpages] hasaccepted:yes this will show you all questions which has accepted answer.

[xpages] isaccepted:yes this will show you all answers which is accepted.

Also [xpages] is:answer score:1 this will show you all answers with at least one upvote. (As JonW suggested)

UPDATE: We can search now with OR keyword. So you can search like this:

[xpages] or [lotusscript] is:answer score:1

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Thanks hims056. Now lets say I follow multiple tags like xpages or lotusscript then how would I get answered questions for both these tags. Or does this require another question? – Naveen Feb 15 '13 at 10:32
@Naveen - AFAIK we can't search with or withing tags. But we can browse questions with or withing tags. So IMO searching is not possible with or. But yes we can search questions tagged multiple tags – hims056 Feb 15 '13 at 10:47
@Naveen - See the update :) – hims056 Feb 27 '13 at 4:11
Thanks again! :) – Naveen Feb 27 '13 at 4:29

In the search box you may enter this:

[xpages] isaccepted:yes

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