This is a common trend that I saw while trying to find questions suitable for me to answer. The filter and sorting problem of the questions was more or less solved for me by my previous question. But then again arises a new problem(minor as it seems to me). That is most of the questions with no answers has been solved in the comments and no one bothered to write an answer. I get it that it was pragmatic in those circumstances nevertheless it makes the searching for suitable questions tiresome. So I would like to hear the thoughts that how should I go about that.
Is there any way that they don't feature in the unanswered tab? Can adding a tag or filter be an answer?
Some examples may be:
- Gateaux and Frechet derivatives and boundedness
- How to understand the similarities and differences between subset and subspace? Examples?
Edit: Like every one of you suggested a major chunk of the question is answered here and by the linked meta post, courtesy of Asaf Karagila, hardmath, Eevee Trainer and Andrew T. Still as amWhy suggested a minor portion of the problem remains unsolved, namely cleaning up the unanswered tab. Even if someone is just answering it with help from the comments still it remains in the unanswered tab(which seems unlikely but is happening somehow) till it's upvoted.
What I am asking is a way to separate these questions from the questions that have not received help or are not fully solved.
Ce sera sera!