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Tony M  Identity Verified
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May 26, 2006

Time and time again, I curse the lack of a facility to search/filter questions by a particular asker.

There are lots of reasons why this would be useful:

tracking a string of related questions from someone working on a particualr topic

looking back at something where you know who asked it, but can't find the exact term in a straight search

generally keeping track of people's asking patterns and styles

..and no doubt many other more case-specific reasons.

Would this really be such a difficult feature to provide?


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GoodWords  Identity Verified
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It exists May 26, 2006

I viewed your asking history by following this sequence: going to your profile, clicking on "Kudoz activity" and choosing the tab "Asked". Does this answer what you were looking for?

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Tony M  Identity Verified
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Solution found! May 26, 2006

GoodWords wrote:

I viewed your asking history by following this sequence: going to your profile, clicking on "Kudoz activity" and choosing the tab "Asked". Does this answer what you were looking for?


Ah, yes, well done --- I didn't know that worked! It's a bit cumbersome (you have to visit someone's profile page first to reach it), but it's a perfect solution to the occasional need.

Thanks ever so much for pointing that out!


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