# Jumping exactly at some predetermined page

When trying to reach some page in "newest" or "unanswered" questions (or wherever), is it possible to choose somehow the precise page where we want to go instead of scrolling down and jumping two-by-two pages each time?

For example, if I want to go to page 65, I have to do the scrolling and jumping tens of times! Even choosing "50 questions per page" this is way too slow...

Thanks.

• I've created navigation tag for this question. Meta.SO has such tag, so I thought that it might be useful here, too. We will see whether other question related to this topic come. – Martin Sleziak Jun 29 '12 at 7:09

Edit the url? For example, clicking on page 5 of the display for questions on meta gives this url

http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions?page=5&sort=newest


we can edit it to

http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions?page=65&sort=newest


and voila! Page 65 reached.

• +1 Superb, @Willie! Thanks a lot, although I think there should be someway to choose this from within SE mathematics without going to URL. – DonAntonio Jun 27 '12 at 15:25
• @Don: I changed your question to be tagged "feature request" on account of your comment. – Willie Wong Jun 27 '12 at 15:26
• This is an instance of a generally-useful skill that @DonAntonio might do well to practice. – MJD Jun 27 '12 at 18:28