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This is similar to this question, but the scenario and motivation are different and the proposed solution is therefore different.

Every other time I see a question of mine and see my accept rate next to it and find that my accept rate is too low (whatever that means) I go to my profile and from there I go to the "questions" tab and look at questions where I could accept an answer. This requires two clicks - first onto the link to my profile, then to the questions tab.

What if the link to the questions tab was right under the "X% accept rate phrasing" and only displayed to me? I could see that my accept rate needs work and go right to the questions list.

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Do we really need that? With those extra clicks you get at least some excercise. – Toon Krijthe Oct 16 '12 at 7:46
Declined, given that accept rate is no longer shown on the usercard for a question. – casperOne Jan 23 '13 at 14:41

Well, I see where you're going with this, but really the only "proper" place for that to link to would be a page that explains accept rate, like this one.

If a user has 0 accept rate, linking to the questions page won't mean anything to him.

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Well, you're right about users with 0 accept rate. Yet they are a separate problem. A differentiated approach is possible - a link to the page you suggest for users with low rep and a link that I suggest for users with high rep who already know what that thing is, just want to avoid an extra click. – sharptooth Oct 17 '12 at 6:46

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