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I ask questions to help other people, but it be so much more easier for me if I could link to the questions, but then they could see my other questions which I don't want them to see. Can you provide a way to put questions on private?

Or maybe allow a question to be asked anonymously?

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Why don't you want them to be able to see your other questions? – Gelatin Aug 2 '10 at 0:40
possible duplicate of Should there be anonymous answers (and questions)? – Pops Aug 24 '11 at 21:00

You can ask questions anonymously. Log out and then when asking a question, use the username Anon or something similar. Sure your IP and whatnot may still be recorded, but it isn't tied to your account.

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