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I follow questions primarily within a specific tag. As far as I can tell, there is no easy way to get a list of unanswered questions from the tag page.

That would really help to clean up those questions.

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http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/jquery

Gets you all unanswered questions in the jquery category, for example. Isn't that what you want?

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Thanks! But just so that I'm not missing something: there is no "clickable" way of doing this, right? Seems like it would be a useful feature to nudge people towards the unanswered questions. – Shane Nov 23 '09 at 16:33
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@Shane: You can click through by clicking the 'Unanswered' tab, then selecting a tag from the right hand side. There is a tab called 'my tags' which brings up your interesting tags as well. These are also clickable. – ire_and_curses Nov 23 '09 at 16:47
    
Hand to forehead slap. Thanks! – Shane Nov 23 '09 at 17:49

As @ire_and_curses mentioned, you can use the Unanswered feature for this. But that gets you those questions which SO considers unanswered -- meaning questions which have answers, but none of the answers have upvotes.

If you want the questions which have no answers at all, use search-fu and a bookmark. In the search field, enter:

answers:0 [jquery]

That's all assuming you want the jquery tag, of course. Replace [jquery] with whatever tag you want, enclosed in square brackets.

If you want to see questions that have not been marked with accepted answers, put this on your shoe:

hasaccepted:0 [jquery]

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