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Is there a way to search/list the questions that I have upvoted?

Sometimes I will upvote a good question for which I wish to return later and view the answers.

I realized that I could "favorite" the question, but I feel there is a difference between what I am describing and a "favorite" question.

If this does not exist, I think there should be a tab under my profile to show recent questions that ive upvoted(or otherwise marked to be of interest to me)

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marked as duplicate by Aziz Shaikh, Kate Gregory, Tobias Kienzler, hims056, Undo Jul 3 '13 at 13:19

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+1, this might fit in the "Activities" tab indeed. – Shadow Wizard Feb 22 '11 at 15:54
Yes it probably would fit in the Activities tab. It may even warrant its own tab to avoid getting lost in the noise of other activities. – stephen776 Feb 22 '11 at 16:05
There may also be some value in showing "recently viewed" questions in general to view recent answers/comments even if you had not participated in that particular question. – stephen776 Feb 22 '11 at 16:06

You can now view votes in your profile view on the far right under the votes tab.

Votes Tab

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