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I've asked more than my share of questions. And sometimes, I want to do something and I know I asked it on SO, but can't remember it.

Is there a specific syntax for searching just my own questions? The reason I am asking is that when I do general searching, I get a lot of noise.

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up vote 8 down vote accepted

Search for:


(or whatever user id)

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Sweet, exactly what I needed. – AngryHacker Oct 8 '09 at 19:01
But that gives also the questions that i've answered. What if i want to get my questions only? Edit: i've found out myself: user:me is:question – Tim Schmelter Jun 30 '11 at 15:52

SUPER NINJA SPECIAL SEARCH OPTION - Search by particular user

Use the syntax "user:[UserID]"

Example: user:22164

For the vainglorious searches on your own post, you can use the clipped shorthand:


Other Special Search Options can be found here:

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You can concat the search options mentioned here.

To get only your questions:

user:me  is:question
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