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# How to quickly locate a problem now???

Without having to wade through the whole "river"??? An index or search method would be nice -- You know, people here are really more interested in problems and their associated topics and techniques than who solved what and the constant rhetoric of followers....

Am I the only one who doeth protest too much?

Note by Yezi Joy
4 years ago

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If you click on the tags like #algebra, you can see all the problems and notes that were tagged with Algebra.

The same holds for more specific technique tags like #CompletingTheSquare.

Staff - 4 years ago

Hi Yezi – thanks for the feedback. We do plan to work on a search bar to make it easier to find what you want.

Staff - 4 years ago