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Just wondering where questions with the [support] and [discussion] tags are filed... bugs and reqs are more obvious (there are tabs at the top), but I don't know where these other two can be found, other than by clicking on the tags themselves. Is that the only way?

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Check the circular file, that's where most support posts end up. – Lance Roberts Sep 27 '10 at 18:57
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Yes, that is the only way to see a list of questions tagged support or discussion.

Or, follow these links!

Questions Tagged [Support]
Questions Tagged [Discussion]

The reason for this, is because the usual bug tracking softwares will give users easy access to bugs or feature requests. This is meant to mimic that functionality.

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You can also enter [Support] or [Discussion] in the search box on the upper right. To see posts tagged with both simply enter [Support] [Discussion] into the search box. – Peter Ajtai Sep 27 '10 at 17:56

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