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Asked by SquirrelEStuff (9831points) July 28th, 2008

I know that you can view the questions that people in your fluther have asked. Is there an easy way to see which questions they have answered?

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eambos's avatar

Not unless you are a mod/admin.

flyawayxxballoon's avatar

No. You can see the ones that they most recently answered by searching their username, but other than that, you can only find them by happening upon a question that they’ve answered.

SquirrelEStuff's avatar

I’ve notice that when you search a screen name, it only will give you a result if that persons name was mentioned in a response.

Harp's avatar

Um, sort of, chris. For instance, if you search my name, you’ll get my Q’s and A’s alright, but you’ll also get anything where the letters h-a-r-p appear in succession, like here where Marina wrote “sharpie”

Admttedly not a problem if you’re searching “flyawayxxballon”

marinelife's avatar

That’s how I do it. Search the user name. Not neat, but reasonably effective dependingon what you want to do.

sndfreQ's avatar

I got this method awhile back from mirza (thanks again mirza):


Replace “username” with the name of the user you want to track (it sorta works for most recent activity, but sometimes it doesn’t show everything; it uses the rss features of fluther to aggregate a user’s posts, but beyond that I’m not sure how it works).

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