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I have enough rep to access moderation tools on Stack Overflow. One of the great things about it is that I can view the digest of the most notable and interesting questions for a certain time. I check this list everyday! But I can't view it for other Stack Exchange sites, and it is very disappointing. Shouldn't this feature be available for all? Shouldn't great information be shared with everyone?

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Since I do not have this, how does it differ from the sort options given to all users in the "Questions" tab? – NickC Mar 11 '11 at 1:36
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I check this list everyday! But I can't view it for other StackExchange sites, and it is very disappointing.

What you are referring to is at

e.g. the top questions across the whole network at any given time.

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Thanks, this is very close to what I wanted, but there is a mixture of sites, I can't filter by particular ones. – Andrey Mar 11 '11 at 11:11
@andrey yes, you can -- set up a tagset (you can do all questions from a site) – Jeff Atwood Mar 11 '11 at 11:17

Though they do sometimes make for good browsing they are there for the purpose of quality monitoring.

On the other hand, all users do have the StackExchange™ MultiCollider SuperDropdown™, so that's something.

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