How to read interesting topics
The main thing is to set up your interests or professional areas in your personal settings. Then you'll see questions that are interesting to you on the main page.
You can also specify what topics you are not interested in order to sift out such questions.
You can choose which questions will be shown first:
Relevant – uses an individual, multi-factor algorithm that takes into account your activity history, your personal preferences, and the qualities of the questions themselves.
New – shows all new questions taking into account your personal settings.
Top – shows the multifactor top questions for time periods based on your personal settings.
Use filtering by question status – the drop-down list above the list of questions.
For example, if you're a builder, it makes sense to see unanswered questions to share your knowledge.
If you're a homeowner, see questions with accepted answers to find ready-made solutions.
Sign up for updates on the tags and individual questions that interest you. When new information becomes available, you'll be notified.
Add interesting questions or individual answers to your reading list so you don't lose them.
Find the information you need by using a text query in the search bar if a specific question comes up.