I love SE's newsletters, and I love going through the hot network questions. There's always something interesting, if not fascinating being asked and answered.

Basically, there are newsletters for everything, except the hot network questions. I bet a lot of people who use SE's various communities are interested in discovering new things, increasing general knowledge and generally observing what's going on.

A Hot Network Questions newsletter would be a perfect solution to satisfying that need. Let's go beyond the ancient RSS feed and make this an inbox darling.

I know there are solutions but an official service just seems lacking.

  • There are the site-specific newsletters which I would probably like more, since the topic is likely to interest me. The biggest issue that I see getting into the way of this is that we have a large list of them, and that they are dynamic (hot points change by the hour). It would be interest to see how this would work :) – Zizouz212 Sep 14 '15 at 14:10
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    the answer is likely no, for the same reasons as SE team doesn't want to log HNQ history: "feed speculation and paranoia..." Just think of it, this week newsletter advertizes a bunch of questions and several weeks later, these are deleted by moderators. Not good, ain't it – gnat Sep 14 '15 at 14:48

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