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I don't know what questions I'm subscribed to and what questions I'm not subscribed to. I'm having to visit questions one-by-one to check or uncheck things. Please change this.

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You should see any reactions to your questions or your comments using the "envelope" symbol above. Is that what you're looking for? – Pëkka Jan 30 '10 at 23:19
@Pekka - it's not the OP's own questions or comments, it's other people's questions they've "subscribed" to. Though I'm not sure what this "subscribing" is. If it's the RSS feed, then the list will be in what ever RSS reader they use. If it's questions that have been "favourited" then these are on the OP's profile page. – ChrisF Jan 30 '10 at 23:28
Ah - it is the OP's own questions where he checked the "Notify daily of any new answers" option. – ChrisF Mar 24 '10 at 11:54
This should be status-bydesign (… ). This shouldn't be status-bydesign (… ). If you don't exchange the tags again, I will go back to Experts-Exchange! – Delirium tremens May 7 '10 at 19:31
+1, it's must have feature – user Apr 17 '11 at 5:44

Any reason you can't just click the envelope beside your name?

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I don't think that is what he was referring to, although it is difficult to discern what exactly he is talking about. – Brad Gilbert Jan 31 '10 at 4:44
He wants to be able to see all the questions where he checked the "Notify daily of any new answers" option. – ChrisF Mar 24 '10 at 11:54
@chris I see, that makes more sense now – Jeff Atwood Mar 24 '10 at 19:07

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