Suppose I am not interested in Magic: the Gathering. How do I filter out all the Magic: the Gathering questions?

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If you go to your Preferences page at the bottom of the page there is a place to put in favorite and ignored tags. Put magic-the-gathering (and any other Magic tags like mtg-commander) in there, and if you want to hide them completly choose the 'Hide questions in your ignored tags' option.

  • I do this with [bridge] because it's incomprehensible to me. It works well. \o/ (no offense meant to bridge players.) Commented Jun 6, 2016 at 13:52
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    Ignoring [magic-the-gathering] should be sufficient to hid every question about Magic. If there is a question tagged [mtg-commander] but not [magic-the-gathering], that is an error that should be corrected.
    – murgatroid99 Mod
    Commented Jun 6, 2016 at 16:44
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    You could also add mtg-* to the ignored tags, which should ignore all tags beginning with mtg-. (Caveat: In case a game’s name starts with "mtg-", and it’s not related to MtG, it would be blocked, too, of course.)
    – unor
    Commented Dec 30, 2016 at 16:15

Alternative to going to your preferences page, is to hover over any question's tags on any page until the hover tooltip opens up. Then, click the Star twice to turn it into a red cross. This effectively puts it in your ignored tags.

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