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is there a page that display questions with 0 answers?

I'd like to see all of the questions that exist with a given tag, but don't have any answers.

When I look in the "Unanswered" tab, that's what I'm expecting. Instead I see all questions without an accepted answer.

Is there an easy way to find questions with zero proposed answers?

If there isn't, we can turn this into a community wiki question and discuss the merits of this means of navigation.


Use the built-in search and enter:

[support] answers:0  

Returns all support questions without an answer on this site.
BTW: "Unanswered" means: Has no answers or only answers without an upvote.

  • Thanks, but what is "[support] answers:0"? – Jon Hess Aug 14 '09 at 2:53
  • Use the built-in search (upper right corner). If you search for a tag, use [tag]. If you search for answers=0, use answers:0. Details: meta.stackoverflow.com/search – Ladybug Killer Aug 14 '09 at 6:37
  • According to the search details page linked in the comment above, answers:0 will return all the questions with a minimum of 0 answers. Is the search behaviour different when you use 0 rather than a positive integer? – a_m0d Aug 17 '09 at 0:10
  • With 0 you get all questions with 0 answers. With 2 you get all questions with 2 answers and above. – Ladybug Killer Aug 17 '09 at 6:46

No, it doesn't seem like there is. There is a search option to find all question with a minimum number of answers, but not maximum. Negating the search doesn't help either. It would be nice if the advanced search options included a max-answers option, so you could do e.g.

[feature-request] maxanswers:0

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