# Ignoring the unneeded

In the watched tags how can I ignore the questions with accepted answers so, in the least, they do not show like ignored tags do not show?

## 2 Answers

There is currently no way to filter out questions that have only accepted answers from the usual questions lists (as opposed to having either accepted or upvoted answers as in TheSimpliFire's answer).

However search has the hasaccepted:yes/no parameter which will show questions either with an accepted answer, or without an accepted answer, depending on yes or no. Adding a tag search parameter (e.g., [calculus]) will filter that to questions with that tag. Also, the intags:mine parameter returns posts tagged with a tag you are watching (and not with a tag you are ignoring).

Here are a couple of examples:

I should note that Stack Exchange is working on something capable of this: Custom question lists. It is right now in alpha testing, but only on Stack Overflow, its Meta, and Meta Stack Exchange.

There is already that feature.

For example, I am watching the tag at the moment and if I click into it, I get this:

The heading says '12,990 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers'.

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