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I am eagerly awaiting the feature where we will be able to filter the list of questions by particular groups. To keep with the theme of owls, I thought it might be a good idea to show a pair of Owls Eyes that are Open above the Level Summary Windows to indicate you want that groups questions to appear in the list of questions. Clicking on these eyes should toggle them Shut/Open where Shut mean you do not want the questions from that particular group to appear.

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  1. jhonyy9
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    yes i think the same

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  2. osanseviero
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    Well...this was added some hours ago.(they didnt follow the eyes idea, but there is a filter down of the "ask a question" zone and to the left of "your questions"

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    BOOM! Feature delivered ;) That said, we're actually rethinking the way multiple groups work altogether, so more changes coming!

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