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You'd have to use the Stack Exchange user ID: http://stackexchange.com/users/login. This is the account_id, to be more precise. With that, run the User's associated accounts method. Iterate through the results running another query (with your user_id in each site) to build the favorites: { "items": [ { "site_name": "Stack Overflow", "...


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There are separate RSS feeds for Hot/Week/Month, etc. EG: travel.stackexchange.com/feeds/hot travel.stackexchange.com/feeds/week travel.stackexchange.com/feeds/month travel.stackexchange.com/feeds/featured The API /questions route offers equivalent sorting options for Hot/Week/Month. EG:     /questions?order=desc&sort=week&site=travel ...


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This is most likely one of those things you'll have to do yourself and one reason why the API is available. And, it's not too hard; here is pseudo code that works: Call /questions/featured with max page-size and (ideally) filtered by your tag(s) of interest. EG: /questions/featured?pagesize=100&tagged=javascript Page through the results until has_more ...


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