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The question is in the title, how do I sort the questions by the number of view?

If not that, I'd settle for any suggestion on how to view the "Most Viewed" questions.

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I'd like this feature. – Colonel Panic Jan 3 '13 at 22:18
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You can at least search for questions based on the number of views:


This will search for questions with at least 500 views.

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just what i wanted, thanx – roman m Oct 26 '09 at 7:01
this doesn't sort them, it just limits you to questions with at least 500 views. Put in "views:500 [c#]" into SO's search bar and sort by votes. You're seeing questions that are tagged C# and have 500 views, but the top of the list is still the one with the most votes. Effective, this accomplished absolutely no sorting. (@random absolutely no offense meant to you, you just posted a good answer that is relevant to the question. I'm just ranting that SO doesn't have this feature. :D ) – Gordon Gustafson Jan 8 '10 at 21:16
I would still like to sort by views, but this is at least a small workaround – Travis J Jan 8 '13 at 8:35
You can even give ranges. (view:10-20) But I would also like to have this feature. I guess the data explorer and a custom query would probably deliver it. – Trilarion Jul 21 '14 at 21:16

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