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Either I don't know how to do it OR perhaps it should be a feature (feel free to change tags accordingly);

how do I

  1. get a list of all questions since last visit?
  2. get a list of all questions (for a given tag) since last visit?
  3. see comments (to a viewed question) since last visit?
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The only thing that keeps track of your last visit on the SO site is the Responses page.

You can also use http://sof.modos.org/tracker/update/#####, with your # being appended on the end, which will give you all activity on your rep and badges and votes since the last time you checked it.

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and the responses page would be located ... where? – CheapScotsman Jul 20 '09 at 23:38
    
Click the envelope next to your name at the top. – Lance Roberts Jul 21 '09 at 0:03
    
That is only the changes to the user's questions / answers - it doesn't show all the questions since the last time the user was online! – a_m0d Jul 21 '09 at 0:26
    
Right, 'from last visit' information is limited. – Lance Roberts Jul 21 '09 at 0:30
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@ a_m0d ... pllus it doesn't provide any context. It would be very useful to view a question and see (highlighted somehow) only those changes (new answers and comments) since the last visit. Right now, it seems like I have to rescan the question, answers and comments to figure out what is new and what is old. – CheapScotsman Jul 21 '09 at 2:46

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