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I've been checking out some questions, and I saw some of them were migrated questions. And I'm wondering if it's possible to see when a question was migrated.

If there is no functionality like that, I would love to see it. Since it gives the users of the target site a reference point with the possible current answers.

Perhaps just something simple, like when you mouse over "migrated" to see a detailed date.

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I don't get it! There is a banner saying "migrated" in migrated questions. But I think that's not your point. – Ladybug Killer Sep 11 '09 at 10:44
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If you're really curious, you can follow the link back to the original site, where you can hover over the time it was migrated/locked. Example.

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I'm a blind fool. – Ólafur Waage Sep 11 '09 at 12:56

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