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I've made a dataSE query that gives to me a lot of questions ids.

Now I want to pass these ids to search query to find questions on the site as there I can see an actual state and the interface is better. How can I do that?

http://data.stackexchange.com/ru/query/edit/830539#resultSets

803894 800956 800759 798616 794570 791995 790965 788281 786965 785455 784896 784620 783444 782746 781314 780300 778811 778101 775914 775749 774968 774526 774404 774212 773456 773149 773132 771610 768254 767776 766966 765267 764960 763795 763148 761372 759447 759300 759102 757562 757281 756005 754166 744722 744404 743960 743714 739366 737911 734374 731728 729758 729386 728973 728464 728060 727410 726480 722862 720058 718666 718527 717564 717420 716986 716056 714978 713564 712294 709578 706592 706561 706344 706006 703298 702057 701514 700778 700565 700051 700022 695153 694159 694022 693032 692857 692541 691872 690884 690503 687954 687573 685078 684637 681367 679523 678528 677399 675997 675396 674174 672514 671267 670927 666907 664547 664396 663574 663068 662975 661372 660125 660037 658905 656559 656480 656221 654607 653766 652985 652701 652642 649796 647287 646499 645770 645621 645318 645175 640233 639406 638153 635065 634932 631768 628648 626107 624237 624092 622842 622436 618827 616658 615784 615610 614834 614029 613365 613324 612946 612910 608578 606187 605672 603832 603128 601035 599168 598264 597334 596761 596203 595480 594929 594393 594130 593443 592733 591301 590085 589391 587806 586485 586450 585568 584158 577898 576763 576555 576198 575996 575745 571907 571051 569637 568886 568873 565923 563920 563657 563174 562838 562748 560035 558710 557680 557508 554772 553557 549080 547389 547240 544708 544397 543276 541920 541747 540679 540028 538272 536660 536601 533711 530331 521122 520148 519342 518639 518361 517676 516631 516619 514994 514942 512598 510882 510411 509857 509618 509107 508785 508453 507857 507494 507243 505558 503630 500364 498585 497920 497378 497177 496209 495324 493723 490554 489446 489096 487958 487762 487501 487491 487432 487284 486176 484860 481200 480319 479232 478939 478809 478624 478155 478087 476962 476062 475462 475277 474644 473659 473067 473006 472805 472691 472076 470142 468046 467529 467443 462676 462582 460431 459308 457662 455374 455033 454601 454574 454497 454139 453035 452497 452487 450704 450559 450407 448198 445721 445599 444788 444443 438449 435790 435653 434602 434502 429916 427729 427574 426518 423831 422221 420119 418447 417943 417303 416229 414938 410168 408037 402636 402164 401558 390764 372090 371964 362975 361507 361059 358008 352859 349832 332914 285433

https://ru.stackoverflow.com/

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    What does "pass to a search query" mean? Are you after a link to the post? Do you want to know whether they're closed or not? If you want the link name the column [Post Link], i.e. id as [Post Link] – ben is uǝq backwards Mar 25 '18 at 20:51
  • You can use queries like user:309650. I like something like that, but for post ids not user ids. And I want it to support multiple ids. – Qwertiy Mar 25 '18 at 20:55
  • Ah, you want all of these questions in a single list due to the bug you've found in your other question? – ben is uǝq backwards Mar 25 '18 at 20:57
  • Not due to the bug. Simply a search interface shows title and preview. And I can exclude some questions by tag from there if they are already edited (actually it's a list of questions to be checked after wrong synonimization of the tags). – Qwertiy Mar 25 '18 at 21:02
  • Why downvoting? – Qwertiy Mar 26 '18 at 13:54
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This SEDE query shows the title (with a link to the question itself), the tags and (the first part of) the question body. As far as I know, there's no built-in way to get this information rendered like e.g. search results. You might be able to build something like that using the API.

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  • I want site search results to accept copied ids in its query, not dataSE to show list as search results. – Qwertiy Mar 26 '18 at 13:55
  • I understand, but that's not possible. The next best thing I can offer you is this SEDE query. – Glorfindel Mar 26 '18 at 13:56

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