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Thread poster: RocMer
RocMer
Local time: 14:00
English to French
Dec 12, 2006

Hello, I have a few queries which are still open and that I would like to close, either by grading or not. The fact that several queries are still open obviously stops me from asking more questions sometimes, but I cannot see how to access all of them. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 14:00
Member (2002)
English to German
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Your profile > KudoZ activity > number of questions asked Dec 12, 2006

Hello,

To access your open questions, go to your profile (i.e. the "Profile" tab, which is displayed by default). There you should see a line called "KudoZ activity". In this line, click on the number of questions asked. A new window will open and display all your questions.

Steffen


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Elvira Stoianov  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
Local time: 14:00
German to Romanian
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MyKudoz submenu Dec 13, 2006

I use the MyKudoz submenu from the KudoZ menu. This takes you to a page with several tabs, one of them being "Asked" (third tab).
Once you access that tab, you can select "All" (default setting) or "Open".
This is the way I do it. Hope that helps.


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