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It would be convenient to have a feature so that I can only view questions that are related to tags of my interest. This way, I would not be shown any posts for which I do not have any knowledge.

Is there someway to do this already?

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On the right-hand side there are "Interesting Tags" and "Ignored Tags" you can pick – NullUserException อ_อ Sep 9 '10 at 15:04
See this link for a feature-request. – Lance Roberts Sep 9 '10 at 15:34
I tried using interesting tags in However, I don't see any filtering based on these. What is the need for interesting tag then? – Shamim Hafiz Sep 9 '10 at 15:37
up vote 3 down vote accepted

I would like a tab view, similar to the |Active|Featured|Hot|... but with a [MY TAGS] tab. I think that would be pretty terrific also, instead of needing to go through all of the tags individually.

Adding an RSS to that would make it amazing.

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See here for a feature-request. – Lance Roberts Sep 9 '10 at 15:34

Currently the "best" option is to search for your tags of interest - [foo] [bar] [baz] - and bookmark it. However, you are limited to 20 or so tags, since the URL has a length limit.

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The Unanswered landmark defaults, afaik, to showing questions with no upvoted answers in the tags you have marked interesting.


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