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I would like to have an advance filtering and sorting mechanism. How do other people feel about it and how do the makers feel about it?

I would like to filter on:

  • tags (and/or)
  • If questions are closed
  • If questions are negative (downvoted)
  • If questions have an accepted answer.
  • If questions have no answer.
  • If questions have an answer of myself (or better: does NOT have an answer of me)

If would like to sort:

  • On date (newest / oldest)
  • Polularity (number of upvotes)
  • Number of answers

In the overviews I also would like to see:

  • If questions are closed (with a symbol, like a red cross, not [closed])
  • If questions have an accepted answer (green tick)
  • If I have already added an answer.
  • I believe the search bar already allows you to do most of that - if you learn how to use it. – Mysticial Apr 28 '13 at 8:15
  • For the last three points, you could probably make a userscript that does exactly that. – slhck Apr 28 '13 at 8:15
  • Sound great. I understand there is no user friendly form to fill out? – Martin Mulder Apr 28 '13 at 8:27
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tags (and/or)

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/jquery

If questions are closed

https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=closed%3A1

If questions are negative (downvoted)

Not possible with the search. You can search for score ≥ 0 or any positive integer. You might be able to write a feature request to have that changed, although I honestly don't see the point in searching for negatively scored questions.

https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=score%3A0

If questions have an accepted answer.

https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=accepted%3A1

If questions have no answer.

https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=answers%3A0

If questions have an answer of myself (or better: does NOT have an answer of me)

https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=user%3A2304116+is%3Aanswer

For the inverse and anything else, you can use the Stack Exchange Data Explorer.

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