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Background:

Watched Tags represents the tags/questions that the user is interested in or could answer. However, the current use-case for Watched Tags seems to be to click each tag in the Watched Tags panel on the Home page individually to find questions related to these tags.

i.e. If I watch 5 tags, I would need to click each of the 5 links in turn.

Proposed improvement:

Top Questions on the Home page has tabs for Interesting, Featured, Hot, etc. I propose adding Watched Tags to the list. I imagine this as a single place where a user could see all questions related to the tags they're watching.

i.e. This view would be one list of questions related to any of the 5 tags I'm following.

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The new Custom Question Lists functionality already does this, though it's a few more clicks. It's currently in beta testing and you need to opt in first.

By default, it contains a view with all unanswered questions in your watched tags:

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If instead you want to see all questions, you can create a new custom view with the + button and select 'My watched tags':

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It's then available for you from the /questions page:

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  • This feature is in beta testing. For instructions on how to opt-in, see meta.stackexchange.com/questions/313940/…. – Eric McLachlan May 4 at 9:37
  • Oops, forgot that it wasn't live for everyone automatically. Thanks! – Glorfindel May 4 at 9:42
  • IMO it's also 50/50 chance of ever being live, since SE will always have more urgent things to do. So at some point, it might get buried like the previous "new nav". That's why I don't bother to test it: 50% of total waste of my time. – Shadow The Curly Braced Wizard May 5 at 11:46
  • ... and we just got a new update about that topic :) – Glorfindel May 8 at 14:57
  • Yeah, I submitted a request to get access to the beta 6 days ago and I still can't access the beta. :-/ – Eric McLachlan May 10 at 9:47

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