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I would like to suggest the implementation of an easy shortcut to access the last 10 (for example) questions that I have participated in (answered or commented on). This could be implemented as a dropdown in the top menu. Currently I have to go to my profile, and click on the "activity" pane. However, what I'm presented with here is polluted with rejected/approved edits and other "irrelevant" stuff, and thus makes it hard to easily find those questions that I'm "participating" in.

Let me know what you think.

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Why not just add a filter to the activity tab? – slugster Feb 21 '11 at 10:46
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@slugster, because the activity tab is one page load and one click away unless you are on your profile. But it would be an improvement though. I would still prefer a shortcut list that was always accessible though. – Klaus Byskov Pedersen Feb 21 '11 at 10:50

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