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Is it possible to filter questions by reputation of the author? Just Something like [favtag] [rep<5] to show all the newcommer questions.

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marked as duplicate by Aziz Shaikh, Martijn Pieters, hims056, gnat, Tobias Kienzler Aug 30 '13 at 7:20

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No, this is currently not possible to search based on OP's reputation. You may read all the Advanced Search Options.

On a related note, low rep is not equal to a new commer. You would find users who have been a member of Stack Exchange community for couple of years but their reps are low possibly because they offer frequent bounties or are unable to spend much time here.

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