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There is this new acceptance rate feature that appears beneath my signature card when I ask a question.

How do I display all my questions with unaccepted answers? How can I easily see the list of questions that have not been checked as accepted?

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+1 - Not a bad idea to have this feature of sorting the questions based on accepted answers. – Sachin Shanbhag Jan 25 '11 at 9:44
Related: Sort questions in user propfile by unaccepted or date accepted, possibly a duplicate. – Andy E Jan 25 '11 at 10:14
Actually, the proper duplicate would probably be this one. – Grace Note Jan 25 '11 at 13:59
Thanks guys - what do I need to do to have this merged with the duplicate? – Neil Barnwell Jan 25 '11 at 14:29
@Neil, you can always flag for a moderator to have a look, and explain that you want a merge; I've just done that for you for this question. – Pops Jan 25 '11 at 14:35
Acceptance rate is no longer displayed anywhere. – Flimm Apr 15 at 10:33

Use this as a search:

user:me hasaccepted:0
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Why isn't there a simple way to do this in the user interfae? – xf. Aug 19 '12 at 23:19

I think you can do this using the Advanced Super Ninja Search Options

user:me hasaccepted:0 closed:0

in the search box in the top right

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Excellent, thanks. – Neil Barnwell Jan 25 '11 at 9:51

In your profile questions with accepted answers show differently than answers without; just like on the question browsing pages of SO. On SO and meta the number of answers has a background of green, on SU I believe it is blue and on SF red.

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