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I am not a new member for Stack Overflow, but i'm new to Meta. I want to know where are the new questions located on the site ?

Are they in here:

or here:

And what is the difference between these above two locations?

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Duplicate of… – Joe May 20 '13 at 16:51
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At is a list of the questions that the algorithm has deemed 'interesting':


At /questions, the newest questions reside:

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The tabs at the top of each page also allow you to change the sort order - 'featured' is the questions with bounties, for example. These tabs actually remember the last selected tab, and automatically select it.

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almost; this is the default sort, I think. You can change them both, if you wish, too. – Andrew Barber May 20 '13 at 17:48
@AndrewBarber Yep - I just wanted to proved the simplest possible solution - Neither the OP nor I am a power user like you mods... – Undo May 20 '13 at 17:54
@Undo just worth to mention that the site "remembers" the last selected tab as it's causing confusion to new users. – Shadow Wizard May 20 '13 at 18:11
@Sha Huh. I was one of those users. Thanks! – Undo May 20 '13 at 18:19
Cheers, now you're not! ;) – Shadow Wizard May 20 '13 at 20:00

The home page has the most recent activity on all questions (asked, answered, etc.)

The questions page can be sorted by most recently asked (newest) as well as active, unanswered, etc.

To answer your question: click on the Questions tab, and sort by Newest.

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