Keeping track of "tracked" questions after they have been closed
Thread poster: Cilian O'Tuama

Cilian O'Tuama  Identity Verified
Local time: 02:21
German to English
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Jan 14, 2006

In the "advanced search mode", we can choose which questions we want to see:

e.g.
all questions (filtered)
all questions (unfiltered)
my teams / questions / answers / points
my flagged askers
my filtered askers

Would it be possible to add another option, i.e. "my tracked questions"? We receive email notification as soon as tracked Qs are closed, but is there any way of finding them again at a later date?

Or am I the only weirdo around here who enjoys browsing through selected old postings?

Enjoy the rest of the weekend,
C


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Walter Landesman  Identity Verified
Uruguay
Local time: 21:21
Member (2005)
English to Spanish
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You Are Not Alone. Jan 14, 2006

Cilian O'Tuama wrote:

Or am I the only weirdo around here who enjoys browsing through selected old postings?

Enjoy the rest of the weekend,
C


Cilian,
U R not alone.
Check this up http://www.proz.com/post/288109#288109

Walter


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