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Now that this footer cleanup request has been implemented and the links to other sites are in columns, I find myself struggling to find links to sites that I am already a member of.

For example, I like to read the questions over at The Workplace, so I have an account there. To get there from Stack Overflow, I have to either expand the more links in the footer and locate it within there, (a challenge in itself, why no search?). Or I can go to my profile, but that only displays my top 5 accounts so I have to click a More link there too.

Can we maybe sort them so that the ones I am a member of are at the top? Or create a separate column entirely like "My Sites"?

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There is another way: The "all sites" section in the MultiCollider SuperDropdown™ lists the sites you're a member of first, before the other sites. – Frédéric Hamidi Oct 23 '13 at 14:47
@FrédéricHamidi Ah nicely spotted, thank you. – Fiona - Oct 24 '13 at 8:02

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