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If I'm looking at the top questions for the month, it's actually showing me the top questions for the past 30ish days. Is there a way to actually filter this on a month to month basis (ie. May, June, July, etc).

I know I could always use the API and filter based on start and end timestamp for any given month/year combo, but I feel like "Top Questions of the Month" is kind of deceiving if its really based on days instead of the standard calendar.

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This is of course a feature, not a bug. It would make the list pretty useless for the first several days of a month. – Uphill Luge Jun 25 '11 at 13:27
I never tagged it as a bug. If there was a way to filter by month you could look at past months too which would be useful – Swift Jun 25 '11 at 19:00

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