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What I would like is to have lists of questions that only lists the questions that have one or more of my favourite tags attached, so that I can have a quick view of newest or featured questions in any of my favourite fields.

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Copy/paste/edited from Jeff Atwood's answer over on meta.stackoverflow.com:

There is a default tag filter on http://stackexchange.com/ but you must be logged in:

  1. Click on "Filtered Questions"

  2. Click on "Favourite Tags" filter.

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  • $\begingroup$ Can robjohn's bookmarklet be used to render math on that page? I never tried because I actually prefer non-rendered previews, but someone may be interested. $\endgroup$ – user Aug 18 '13 at 15:34
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for that, but it is a bit complicated, can it not be in some way be integrated in the mathematics site? also you cannot select the featured questions this way (but that is minor), btw i don;t want the filter to be active all the time just when i start up. $\endgroup$ – Willemien Aug 18 '13 at 15:42
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You can create and bookmark a URL of the form

https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/tag1+or+tag2+or+tag3+or+tag4

For example, https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/probability+or+linear-algebra+or+measure-theory+or+statistics

You can use the featured and other sub-tabs to customize the view further.

If you have only a few favorite tags, the above is equivalent to searching for

[tag1] or [tag2] or [tag3] or [tag4] 

If you have many favorite tags, they may not fit into the search box (which takes only 240 characters), but you can use a text editor to create the URL as above.

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