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NaturalMineralWater's avatar

Am I just blind? Where do I see what questions I'm following?

Asked by NaturalMineralWater (11295points) June 13th, 2009

Is there a place to see what questions you are following? Or a list somewhere of where you’ve recently posted?

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NaturalMineralWater's avatar

@johnpowell Is there a button for that somewhere or did you just happen to know the link? Lol, that’s exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.

arnbev959's avatar

On the right————————>

Under Questions for You and Comments for You.

eponymoushipster's avatar

@NaturalMineralWater click on “Activity for You” on the right hand side, right above your avatar.

eponymoushipster's avatar

@johnpowell lol dude. backed up enough on the Qs?

jrpowell's avatar

@eponymoushipster :: I pretty much gave up.

Jeruba's avatar

“Activity for you” is just new (not yet seen) postings on the questions you’re following, right?—not the complete list of questions.

@NaturalMineralWater, if I am looking for a specific posting that I made, I usually have to use the search function and remember the exact words of the question or of my answer or both.

eponymoushipster's avatar

@Jeruba underneath it lists anything you’ve participated in, under “Questions You’re Following”

arnbev959's avatar

“Activity for You” is broken into two parts. “New Activity” is new postings on the questions you’re following.

“Questions You’re Following”, which comes after “New Activity” is a complete listing of all the questions you’re following.

Jeruba's avatar

Oh. So it does. I knew that. Yup, you’re right.

NaturalMineralWater's avatar

Thanks guys. I feel like a duphus not being able to find stuff that I posted in.. I’ve been having to use the search thing too, but sometimes there’s just too many to look through. xD

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