Okay so I want to look at questions from the criteria - my favourite tags, new AND unanswered. This seems like it would be a regular request right why must I sift through all the other stuff when that could be done by some more elegant filter solutions on the site itself? Am I missing something simple where this can be achieved?
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You can do something similar by using
So you'd do a research like :
Then sort the results using the "newest" tab in the Result Page.
For more information you can click the "Advanced Search Tips" link that appears in the Search page, just right to the search box.
The simple solution is represented by a great big button at the top of every page:
"Unanswered" here includes questions with no answers, and questions with no up-voted answers. You get a tag-based filter, a score filter, a date filter, and a filter that excludes even questions with <=0-scoring answers.
For more complicated filtering, use a search such as the one Hugo describes.
The default queue shows questions for your tags with the newest questions first. It does not filter out questions with answers, but this is a good thing. Questions with answers often need better answers, or would benefit from your unique perspective and experience.
There is a tendancy to skip questions with answers, perhaps to avoid competition or because of an assumption that the first answer is the right one, but in my opinion, new questions with answers deserve just as much attention as new questions without answers.