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I would like to identify a number of questions on my site and feature them on a separate page. I can't figure out a good way to do this. The closest I have come is to give the selected questions a common tag--e.g. FAQ--and then use an RSS parser to display them on a custom page.

There are two problems with this approach, though: 1) I can't control the order in which they are presented (this is not that big a deal); but more importantly, 2) it messes up the "related questions" algorithm, since all questions tagged with "FAQ" would be seen as related to each other in topic, when really they are not. Using an RSS parser is also sort of awkward because it means I need to work on the styling, etc. 

Of course, if the number of questions is small, I could just do it manually as static HTML links to the questions themselves, and then I'd control the order. I'm just wondering if there is a better solution that I am overlooking.

Q2A version: 1.6.2

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