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When I load up Stack OverflowStack Overflow the Interesting tab is selected by default.

I'm not complaining, because they are all, by and large, very interesting but many of these questions have either no answers, no upvotes or both, so I am interested to know how you define interesting? Is this automated or are questions marked as Interesting by experienced moderators? If it is automated, what properties does a question needs to have to be classed as Interesting?

When I load up Stack Overflow the Interesting tab is selected by default.

I'm not complaining, because they are all, by and large, very interesting but many of these questions have either no answers, no upvotes or both, so I am interested to know how you define interesting? Is this automated or are questions marked as Interesting by experienced moderators? If it is automated, what properties does a question needs to have to be classed as Interesting?

When I load up Stack Overflow the Interesting tab is selected by default.

I'm not complaining, because they are all, by and large, very interesting but many of these questions have either no answers, no upvotes or both, so I am interested to know how you define interesting? Is this automated or are questions marked as Interesting by experienced moderators? If it is automated, what properties does a question needs to have to be classed as Interesting?

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How do you guys define `Interesting`is the "Interesting" tab populated?

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