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How do I view my own deleted questions? I deleted a terrible question of mine that I now know how to improve. I cannot find the question under the list of questions that I have asked. Is the question gone forever?

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marked as duplicate by ben is uǝq backwards, Undo, George Stocker Jun 25 '13 at 22:42

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Simply put, if you no longer have the link it's gone forever. However, if you want it back flag another post of yours with the other reason and ask a moderator nicely, explaining why you want it back. – ben is uǝq backwards Jun 25 '13 at 22:30
@benisuǝqbackwards Surely that status-declined is out of date? – AndrewC Jun 25 '13 at 22:34
No @AndrewC, though the note at the bottom of the question apparently is. You still can't see everything and you still need a link from somewhere if it's not "recent" apparently. – ben is uǝq backwards Jun 25 '13 at 22:35
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questions tab

If you click on your questions tab on your profile,
then scroll down to the bottom, there's a link "deleted recent questions" - try it!


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Do you know when this was added? I noticed it for the first time today and didn't see a reference in any MSO question. – George Cummins Jun 25 '13 at 22:33
No, I don't know, but I vaguely remember it being discussed somewhere. – AndrewC Jun 25 '13 at 22:34
OoOo, that's new though only really useful if the definition of "recent" is forever... – ben is uǝq backwards Jun 25 '13 at 22:34

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