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I know a little bit about ASP.Net and C#, so I go to stackoverflow.com and click on each tag I created.

I see some people answer in a lot of topics - CSS, Java, C# and so on.

I'm wondering how they find those questions. Do I have to create all tags (like I did previously), and click on each tag manually?

Could you please share some better technique to filter questions (that you might be able to answer), so that I can contribute more to the community?

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  • I like to try to answer all sorts of questions as long as I think I can provide a useful answer. I just click "Questions" and then go from there. It is interesting to see the large swath of technology being used, even if I cannot address all of the issues. – Travis J Oct 21 '13 at 17:48
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Just do a tag search. You can do and/or as such:

Both: [asp.net][c#]

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Or: [asp.net] or [c#]

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One search that I am fond of is (and this only works if you have favorite tags) is to search inside of questions tagged with favorite tags which are not closed and have no answers.

My tags, no answers, not closed, sorted by votes

(note: My tags is your tags - it uses a flag that will grab the tags you have favorited using intags:mine)

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You can combine all the tags you like and open them in a single browser tab. Put

[asp.net] OR [C#] 

in the search box to watch these 2 tags. If you click on newest then you will get new questions instantly after they have been asked.

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You can also use an RSS aggregator te get notified whenever a question gets posted in a tag you are interested in. There's a link at the bottom of each page to make it easier for you.

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