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After someone moved one of my questions here I discovers many stack sites:

  • stackoverflow *meta stackoverflow *photography

and others

I can't find a really nice way to browse between them and I would like to have a central status place... Like all the answers I got in all the sites...

Is it possible?

edit: as Lance Roberts sugested it's not really clear but - I want to see the site that I'm registered to (a filter on the rest of the sites)

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it's nice, but clastrofobic :) ... I really think that having a welcome screen like in outlook that gives you an over view of all your emails, tasks etc... in the form of new answers/question/points and maybe more staff like points of interest can be really nice – Asaf Sep 28 '10 at 20:46

A good place to start is

You can go to your profiles (and hence lists of questions and answers) on other sites via the "accounts" tab of your current profile.

A central accounts page has been asked for before - I'll see if I can find the links.

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it is good but it doesnot group my Q&A – Asaf Sep 28 '10 at 20:26
@Asaf - more info in answer – ChrisF Sep 28 '10 at 20:31

First, hit the Stack Exchange button at the top:


Then, hit the All Sites button, and scroll through the sites and choose them:


The inbox button will show the answers and comments directed to you.

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it does not allow me to filter my sites (Juan Manuel gave me an answer in the same spirit of yours... remarks are there, thanks anyway ) – Asaf Sep 28 '10 at 20:55
@Asaf, ok, you might want to edit the filtering that you want into the question. – Lance Roberts Sep 28 '10 at 21:06

Well, as far as comments and reputation goes, you can get some of that at StackCenter:

Disclaimer: I made it.

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