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I'm pretty sure I used to have an RSS feed called the "top questions" feed, or maybe it was called the "newest question" feed. But I can't seem to find a link to any feeds anymore when I click on the Questions tab. It used to be at the bottom of the page. Am I looking in the wrong place?

I do see a feed link at the bottom after I click on a tag, but I don't see any feed links when I'm looking at all questions sorted by newest, or votes, or popular, or featured.

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Wish I have this too... "newest question" feeds... I want this on my site... – Reigel Oct 24 '11 at 1:12

There's a feed link at the bottom of the main page, to - which I suspect effectively works as a "newest questions" feed anyway.

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Wow. I didn't see that because I always click on the Questions tab and there are no feeds links under any of the subtabs there. – Kurt W. Leucht Nov 15 '09 at 2:26
When I add this feed to my reader, it is titled "Top Questions" and it looks nothing like any of the lists of questions under NEWEST, FEATURED, HOT, VOTES, or ACTIVE. So I don't know what Top Questions really means, but it doesn't appear to be what I'm looking for. – Kurt W. Leucht Nov 15 '09 at 2:30
Hmmm... when I looked it definitely looked like the "newest" feed - but that could have been coincidence. – Jon Skeet Nov 15 '09 at 9:04

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