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That is, using the complex criteria like "hide (collapse) questions with 'ignored' tags unless they have an 'interesting' tag"?

I looked through the similar questions, but they only explain how to hide questions with 'ignored' tags.

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What you're asking for currently isn't possible.

A decision had to be made about what to do with questions that have both an interesting and an ignored tag. It was decided that the question should be ignored in this case. Of course, this doesn't make people like yourself who want the opposite behaviour very happy.

IIRC, there are a few feature requests floating around Meta that deal with this type of thing by taking into account the number of interesting/ignored tags on a question.

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