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Hello everybody,

is there a way to see on the homepage only the questions that match the favorite tags ?
i've searched in the question history, but seems i can only use multiple tags in the url with OR, AND logic but nothing automatic for all of my favorite tags.

thank you.

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It seems that the option I have is to use the stackexchange favorite-tag filter inside "My Filter".

http://stackexchange.com/filters

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How can I use this for stackoverflow? the /filters url doesn't work for SO. I would like to filter be automatically adjusted for my current favorite tags without the need to update the filter manually. – jangorecki Sep 28 '15 at 20:37

The home page already kind of works this way, assuming you are logged in and have favorite tags set up.

http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/11/stack-overflow-homepage-changes/

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my favorite tags does not include any of the tags I see in the homepage, am i missing something? if i go to the SO homepage or the "questions" section i see all the questions, not only those that matches my favorite tags. – ALoR May 10 '11 at 22:42
    
@alor did you read the blog post? Please read it, it contains the answer to your question. – Jeff Atwood May 11 '11 at 0:36
    
ok, understood the formula. but I prefer the SE "My Filter" to just see the relevant tags, really don't want to see questions outside my competence or interests. thank you. – ALoR May 11 '11 at 7:11
    
@alor sure, the "My Filter" is fine as well stackexchange.com/filters -- whatever works! – Jeff Atwood May 11 '11 at 7:28

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