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When I search for something, let's say C++ and I look at the list of newest questions, I would like to filter out items that already have the answer accepted by the questioner.

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marked as duplicate by Bart, Martijn Pieters, Bo Persson, hims056, Rory Mar 10 '13 at 19:38

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add this hasaccepted:0 to your search – AbZy Mar 10 '13 at 13:47

You have two options:

  • Use the 'unanswered' tab instead of the newest. These are not sorted in descending posting date order however.

  • Use the search functionality; search for the tagname (in square brackets) plus the hasaccepted:no modifier, then sort by newest.

    For your example, that'd be a search for [c++] hasaccepted:no.

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