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Filtering questions with "no answer" and/or "no accepted answer" ?

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Is there a way to filter questions of a community that has no answer and/or no accepted answer ?

Edit (clarification):

by "accepted answer" I mean answer marked with the green "Works for me" tag by the OP

Why ?

Because being able to list, all the unanswered questions in a community, topic, or a given tag will make it easier for a participant with some knowledge on that subject to target, and -hopefully- answer them.

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Given that in Codidact you can't accept an answer, "no accepted answer" would be the same as "all que... (2 comments)

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You can search by answer count by adding post_type:1 answers:n to your search. To find unanswered questions, search for post_type:1 answers:0.

When you type post_type: in the search form, you'll see a pop-up that lists the available post types. You don't have to memorize the numbers.

We don't currently have a way to search for reactions. That sounds like a useful enhancement.

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Thanks, That answers exactly my request. But I was thinking of something like an additional tab (simi... (3 comments)

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