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As I subscribe and perform activities on different SE, I start to have a problem remembering where my questions and answers were, to follow up any comment I leave (if they get answers) and in general integrating my activity across the whole SE community.

I feel like the next important feature to add is a personal page, maybe on stackexchange.com after login, where the user is kept updated on things happening on a SE community-wide level.

Just a thought.

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Related: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/11014 –  Ivo Flipse Aug 14 '10 at 20:20
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Such a dashboard would be helpful. Plus, a public version would allow me to link to something like http://stackexchange.com/users/####/user-name and allow people to see my profile, my reputation on all of the stack exchanges I participate in, and have quick access to the questions I ask and answer.

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A tool similar to this exists below. –  uɐɯsO uɐɥʇɐN Aug 17 '10 at 16:45
    
This is a nice tool, but if I link to a page on my personal site, I don't want to link to a third party site. I want to link to an official Stack Exchange page. Perhaps the SE staff can buy this from the original creator and incorporate it into the Stack Exchange site or create a new version of it (not sure what laws apply here or what the terms of the Stack Apps contest were). –  Thomas Owens Aug 18 '10 at 10:01
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Login to StackCenter website. From here you can track all of your StackExchange accounts.

StackCenter is a website designed to make keeping track of all your accounts easier. Simply enter your username from one of the sites and you're good to go! You can then view your personal page that lists recent comments to you, overall reputation, etc. all on one page.

As a new feature, I added a global reputation graph for the last 30 days so you can see how you're doing.

Source: StackApps

StackCenter

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This is a nice tool, but if I link to a page on my personal site as I mentioned in my post, I don't want to link to a third party site. I want to link to an official Stack Exchange page. Perhaps the SE staff can buy this from the original creator and incorporate it into the Stack Exchange site or create a new version of it (not sure what laws apply here or what the terms of the Stack Apps contest were) –  Thomas Owens Aug 18 '10 at 10:01
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