Over on Sustainability.SE, we've been keeping track of questions that hit the HNQ whenever we find them. We're a small site, and like getting on the list because it brings in new users. Case in point -- two questions today hit the HNQ, and already some of the users that were attracted have written some good questions and answers.
Currently, you can tell if a question is on the HNQ list by checking its revision history. This is useful if you're looking at a question and it feels a bit hot. However, you can't find this without looking at each question, and for those with no revisions you have to key in the right URL.
Would it be possible to automatically add a
[tag:HNQ] to these questions?
It seems that this could be useful for anyone reviewing the question who didn't get there from the sidebar list.