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I have a few SE accounts. I'd like to have the possibility to view my questions and filter and sort them all from but there is not this possibility. You can only view your top questions.

The disadvantage of this approach is that users who are careful to have all their questions solved forget all the small (marginal) SE sites where they asked something. If they could view it from central place they could have better overview of their questions.

Is this going to be implemented?

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See also… – ChrisF Sep 23 '11 at 12:35
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I think you're looking for the posts section under your activity tab.

Screenshot of the activity tab

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That's on a good way. It would be sufficient If I could filter posts that are asked but unaccepted yet (or at least to see the unaccepted status). In other words in this list is missing a lot of useful information. The sorting according to time from newest to oldest is OK - I like it. – xralf Sep 23 '11 at 16:10

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