By default stackoverflow.com shows me a page named “Top Questions”, but I would rather see the following:

  1. My unanswered questions (to see what’s going on with them)
  2. The unanswered questions with my preferred topics (to contribute)

Is there a way to configure this?

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    we had that a bit in new nav but that was disabled but it will return in a similar form in 6 to 8 weeks or so I was told.
    – rene
    Apr 5 '18 at 10:15

It's not possible to change what questions you're shown on the homepage (there used to be a nav which allowed you to do something similar, but that was retired. See Retiring New Navigation (beta) in preparation for Navigation 3.0).

You can see the questions you want easily enough through search though (and bookmark the searches if you like).

To see your unanswered questions search for:

user:me is:q answers:0

or if you want questions without an accepted answer (rather than no answers):

user:me is:q hasaccepted:no


For your favorite tags simply replace the user query with intags:

intags:mine is:q answers:0


intags:mine is:q hasaccepted:no

You can find more advanced search options in the help center.

  • Thanks for the intags:mine tip, I was wondering how to do that for a long time.
    – yagmoth555
    Apr 5 '18 at 13:17

There was a great beta feature which is no longer there, but it is going to be re-implemented, see: Retiring New Navigation (beta) in preparation for Navigation 3.0

Until then, the only solution you have is a user-script to redirect to the questions list you want.

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