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Is it possible to get a list of featured questions, sorted by date they became featured?

I'm trying to do this because I try to look at the list of featured questions every few days to see if there are any new ones I could answer. But I'd love to be able to skip over old ones and only examine questions I haven't seen before. Possible?

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Featured, or bounty, questions are already sorted in the "Featured" tab by the date the bounty expires, soonest first. Since bounties expire 7 days from being posted ("becoming featured"), this is effectively already the sort order, earlier-featured questions appearing first.

To find the new ones, browse to the last page and work backwards.

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excellent, thanks for the info! – Justin Grant Sep 25 '09 at 14:10

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