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I have been a Stack Overflow member for a couple of years but I'm also interested in a variety of non-computer related topics. I often check the "Hot Questions" list. But those questions, while interesting both in themselves and as an indication of what moves the community, are not custom-tailored to my interests.

Is there a way to configure a book-markable page that assembles questions from various Stack Exchange Sites which match my respective tags there, similar to my configured Stack Overflow start page but aggregated from all stacks?

  • @Shadow Funny, that question didn't show up in the "possible duplicates". I actually tried the suggested solution (go to the Stack Exchange site and try to prepare a filter) but didn't seem to be able to add more than one tag, and also couldn't imagine that this interface is meant for this job. – Peter - Reinstate Monica Dec 3 '18 at 12:51
  • Actually, it's even better: in this page you should see "Favorite Tags" under "Select Filter" to the right. This will show exactly what you're after: list of questions tagged with one of your favorite tags, over the whole network. :) – Shadow The Burning Wizard Dec 3 '18 at 13:25
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You can use stackexchange filter page for this

https://stackexchange.com/filters/

You can filter and add rule from multiple sites and multiple tags.

  • It was only able to enter a single tag; generally, the interface seems not designed for the task described. It fundamentally doesn't seem practical to choose from thousands of unrelated tags. – Peter - Reinstate Monica Dec 3 '18 at 10:53
  • you can add multiple tag each time like first add one tag then choose other tag and then add. – Abhishek Gurjar Dec 3 '18 at 11:04

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