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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?

marked as duplicate by Shadow Wizard feature-request Dec 3 '18 at 11:59

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  • @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 A. Schneider 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 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 A. Schneider 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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