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I am using several StackExchange sites. Very often I need to go through the sites one by one to see if there are new comments/responses. I am wondering if it is a way to check them once for all?

Could anyone help? Thank you!

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migrated from Oct 26 '11 at 22:48

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Sure. Go to your Network Profile and click on the Inbox link.

You'll find a link to you network profile just below your photo on your user page, on every site.

If the 'inbox' link is missing, you need to log on.


In the late-2011 redesign, the Network Profile link moved to the top-right corner of the use page.

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