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While posting this questions I have tried to find an answer in other similar questions, but couldn't.

The question is: Is there a RSS feed that I can subscribe to, which has newest unanswered questions of my favorite tags only?

Or maybe instead of favorite tags, I could decide which "unanswered+tag+tag-tag" combination I want?

Thanks for any info.

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It doesn't look like there's an RSS feed for unanswered questions. If there is, there should be a link on the Unanswered/tagged pages, but I don't see one.

http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/java+swing
http://stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged?tab=mytags

It does make sense that this information should only be served up on demand though, given the volatility of both tags and (particularly) Unanswered state.

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Thanks for Answering. Do you also happen to know if I can sort the questions in this link: stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged?tab=mytags by "newest to oldest"? –  bits Jul 15 '10 at 18:28
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@bits: It doesn't look like it. I think the best you can do is specify tags on the newest tab. stackoverflow.com/unanswered/tagged/java+swing?tab=newest –  Bill the Lizard Jul 15 '10 at 18:38
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Thanks! as a follow up, I have more "meta" questions popping up but the context is different. I will post them as a separate question later. –  bits Jul 15 '10 at 19:14
    
:D Makes life easier :D –  Kees C. Bakker Apr 21 '11 at 8:49

I have written an application that does just that by converting the JSON response of the API to an RSS feed:

An example feed that fetches all unanswered questions tagged C looks like this:

http://quickmediasolutions.com/stack2rss/stackoverflow/questions/unanswered?tagged=c&body=true

Hope that helps!

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