# How can I find questions favorited by at least $n$ users?

Motivation:
Being on math.SE for a month, I noticed that almost every non-trivial question is favorited by a user. Got a bit tired searching for a problem I can think of, among questions that are likely homework or a person got stuck or things on which I don't have a clue about (e.g. "Given a locally compact Hausdorf space, ...").

So the question is:

How can I view questions, favorited at least by $1$ person (hmm, or maybe $5$)?

I've already seen infavorites:id in search, but there seems to be no option infavorites:* available. It turns out that I can use favorite_count>0 but I do not know how to manage with it.

• Favorites might not always indicate quality; I often favorite to track a question for whatever reason (e.g. to see if it gets edited/closed/deleted/undeleted/reopened). – Milo Brandt May 24 '15 at 2:45

2. Bookmark this page; it's the second page of search results for intags:mine answers:0, sorted by newest.