# How do you curate the content that you want to read?

I'm interested in understanding how the more regular users (who don't come here through web searches anymore $$-$$ or at least not as often) use this website.

The notion of a feed on stackexchange websites is very different from the modern social networking type of Q&A sites. So, how do you select questions and answers you want to read about?

How can I, as a user, curate my experience in a way that makes it possible to read more high quality content?

• This older post seems related: What can users do to improve their Math.SE experience? – Martin Sleziak May 4 '20 at 17:38
• Checking in with Pearl Dive regularly can be helpful for finding good content. – Alexander Gruber May 5 '20 at 6:52
• The set of watched and ignored tags already gives me a desired list. And sort the list using active or unanswered – Paramanand Singh May 8 '20 at 14:48
• Also its only a matter of time before you get addicted. Then you will automatically get the content which matters most to you here. – Paramanand Singh May 8 '20 at 14:50
• For years I've just scrolled through the new questions; never had any problem finding interesting stuff. – David C. Ullrich May 8 '20 at 17:10
• Heh - the site is usually fast enough that scrolling through it is not painful - like we don't get long delays waiting for the next page... – David C. Ullrich May 8 '20 at 17:12