0

Possible Duplicate:
How to find the right questions that I can answer?

This I feel should be a requirement on the major forums. Everyday a lots of questions on the forums are asked (and on Stack Overflow it's huge) and it's difficult to see which ones to answer. If there is a system which suggests to users what questions they might be able to answer based on past history then that will be very nice.

  • 4
    The home page already does this. And you have "interesting" tags that you can set up. This is basically already implemented. See: How to find the right questions that I can answer?, How do you find questions to answer?, and Tab for interesting questions. – Cody Gray May 3 '11 at 12:11
  • No I do not think so. Tags are too general and even these require a lot of browsing. What about the ranked list or something like emailing the possible questions so that all questions are answered timely and by more people in the community. – Xolve May 3 '11 at 12:44
  • 3
    I don't want Stack Overflow emailing me a list of questions. I get enough email already, thank you. If I want to answer questions, I'll visit the site. – Cody Gray May 3 '11 at 12:52