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I think it used to be possible to see them, I would very much like to know the most popular questions in the Stack Exchange websites.

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how do you define popular? Number of views? Number of votes? – Peter Mortensen Apr 9 '11 at 12:15
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Do you want to see a single view of popular questions across all Stack Exchange websites, or for a particular SE site?

If you're looking for the latter, go to the site's main page, click "Questions", then "votes". You'll end up with a list of all questions, sorted by votes. Here's that page on Stack Overflow.

I believe that page respects your ignored tags, so remove any of yours to view all questions.

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oh weird, i looked for it in and couldn't find it – Asaf Apr 9 '11 at 10:14
And if I want to see the former? – LCIII Jul 2 '14 at 15:40

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