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How often do you go back and read old questions/answers?

Asked by JmacOroni (3288points) March 5th, 2011

I’ve noticed, since ditching my account, that I did it far more than I realized. I miss being able to sift through my old questions, reread the discussions. I still read other old questions, but it got me to wondering.

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Bellatrix's avatar

If someone answers a question I was following a while ago, it will remind me and I might look through the posts. Mostly no though.

downtide's avatar

Only if someone’s posted a new response and it appears in my activity.

augustlan's avatar

Every now and again, when I happen to see one in “siblings” or when someone answers and old Q. Sometimes, while I’m in the old Q, I see another right below it on the right or left that I want to read, too.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Your old account had (IMO) one of the best questions of all time. It was the one where you basically asked: If I live an honest, good, charitable, nurturing life, would god not let me in because I am not a believer? It was beautiful in writing and content.
I can’t find it now. :-(

JmacOroni's avatar

Do atheists have a shot at heaven?

Thank you, that was a really nice thing for you to say.

LuckyGuy's avatar

And Thank You for being so creative and insightful.

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Cruiser's avatar

Really I never have.

I ask…Jellies respond…problem solved….move on to the next one. Plus the Flurther BOT/algorithm keeps me clued in if new answers crop up.

Bluefreedom's avatar

Once a month….maybe.

SavoirFaire's avatar

I read through them occasionally, but usually when looking for something specific. It would be pretty cool if there was a search function for our old answers.

augustlan's avatar

@SavoirFaire There is, kind of. If you type in ”@SavoirFaire” + part of the answer you’re looking for, it should find it.

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