# How to filter unanswered questions by tag(s)?

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If I'd like to have a list of all unanswered questions with a particular tag, how can I get this?

I had proposed a generalisation of this (an "advanced search") at Q2A meta for Q2A 1.8, but no update yet. I don't know how long it would take to implement the change (it's somewhat similar to the feature request for sorting questions) on PhysicsOverflow in particular.

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There exist a Q2A page that shows only unanswered questions. @dimension10 Could you once switch this page on (see Admin -> Pages) and put it into the nav-bar, so that Arnold may judge, if this meets his requirement?

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The page already exists, and is accessible from the navbar, but I think that Arnold wants to be able to see unanswered questions in a certain tag, e.g. all unanswered questions tagged as quantum-field theory. I had proposed a generalisation of this (an "advanced search") at Q2A meta for Q2A 1.8, but no update yet. I don't know how long it would take you to implement this (it's somewhat similar to the feature request for sorting questions) on PhysicsOverflow in particular.

Yes. I know the unanswered list, but want to view it selectively. (In principle I'd like to have the same feature also for any list of pages that can be created.)

Sorry, I was more than short-sighted. I will check the complexity to create an advanced searching page. @dimension10 Could you please tell me the link to your proposition on Q2A meta, I couldn't find it.

@polarkernel It's here.

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