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I want to find a previous interesting post when I voted, so how can I find it quickly?

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

There isn't really a good way to do that as far as I know. If you downvoted the post it would've cost you reputation, so it would show up on your reputation summary, but the complete list of posts you've upvoted isn't shown anywhere. In the future you can mark a question favorite and it will show up in a tab in your profile

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Thanks for pointing out the bookmark/favorite interface. I wonder when we'll be able to browse our votes - it is definitely an important feature for me. I can't think of any reason why the moderators would need to censor that information - after all, if we choose to revise our votes, doesn't that improve the meta moderation? – schwabsauce Mar 5 '12 at 19:25
@schwabsauce I don't think it's intentionally censored, the feature just doesn't exist; there hasn't been enough of a need for them to take the time to create it – Michael Mrozek Mar 5 '12 at 19:29

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