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Is it possible to view tag wiki edits done by myself?

I currently don't see this kind of functionality anywhere, not also in the profile. Am I missing something?


I have searched the meta, but I didn't find anything in this reference.

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You can see all your suggested edits on your profile, but not specifically tag wiki edits. – Shawn Chin Sep 13 '12 at 12:51
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I don't think there's a dedicated section for it. You can, however, go to Activity tab in your profile, and then go to either suggestions if you suggested those wiki edits, or revisions if you had enough reputation to just edit them. You will be able to find your tag wiki activity there.

You could also try making a query at to get that info, but I'm totally ignorant about how works, so can't help you on that one.

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