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I discovered a new tab in my user profile.

no, I don't care about privacy

Very useful. I have always wished such an overview so that it can help me to trackback my downvotes so that I can if necessary undo them.

But I was wondering, can moderators see them for each other user?

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@moguzalpenel_hak: since the introduction of the global inbox, I've never really needed the responses tab. – BalusC May 4 '12 at 13:44
Yes – Won't May 4 '12 at 14:46
@BalusC can you update that screenshot? I'm curious if I'm there :p – Tarik Mar 1 '15 at 2:38
Possible duplicate of See Who is Upvoting/ Downvoting My Question/Answer – iammilind Mar 10 at 11:59
@iammilind: how does that make sense? – BalusC Mar 10 at 12:03
Your Q is easy to search in Google and hence I upvoted it. Actually the accepted answer in that post answers your Q too with some extra info. It's an old Q. And IMO it's worth to mention that for the future visitors here like me. – iammilind Mar 10 at 12:26
@iammilind: current Q is about the new Votes tab which was introduced May 2012. The proposed duplicate has got nothing to do with it. – BalusC Mar 10 at 12:34
up vote 11 down vote accepted

No, moderators cannot see this information. Waffles confirms this in a comment here:

no ... mods can not see it

For privacy reasons, you can only see it for your own account.

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Moderators cannot see the votes history tab on any other user profile other than the moderator who is the moderator looking back in the mirror.

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Sounds like a one-way mirror could complicate things. – Tim Stone May 4 '12 at 4:33

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