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This thought just occurred to me today:

I'd really like a way to see all the posts I've down-voted, so that I can check to see if there's been any changes made that warrant removal of the down-vote.

Would it be possible to add a feature that allows us to review posts based on our voting history? This could be implemented as a click-able link (that works for you only) on your profile page, where the current up/down-vote counts are.

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Doesn't this already show up under the Reputation tab in your activity, or do you mean something else? It doesn't show questions you voted up, I suppose. – eldarerathis May 5 '11 at 17:27
@eldarerathis: Yes, when filtered by post; maybe it would be worth having a filter on the types of entries shown. – Grant Thomas May 5 '11 at 17:42
@edlarerathis - It does, along with every single other rep-earning or rep-reducing event that's ever occurred. It would be much more concise, and better serving of the purpose, to view a page that only has your voting history. – Iszi May 5 '11 at 18:35
+1 I was just about to ask about this myself. I also would like such a history, not seldom I want to go back not only to my down votes but also to the upvotes, to see if anyone else has posted good answers. I know I could do this using favorites, but these I would like to keep as just that - favorites - and to keep them in a longer perspective. – Avada Kedavra Jun 20 '11 at 18:32
May I know where is the link to see who upvote or downvote my questions? I try to be a good user on SO but sometimes people downvote without leaving reasons makes it difficult to know my mistakes. The converse applies for upvotes. – Jake Sep 29 '11 at 0:56
@Jake - What prompted this question was the fact that we can't even review our own voting history. What makes you think, under those circumstances, that we'd be able to view the voting history of others? – Iszi Sep 29 '11 at 1:12

In the beginning...

There was a votes page in the profile, but then the Powers That Be decided that it wasn't useful and they got rid of it. While I never used it much personally, quite a few others lamented its demise.

More Detail Here.

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In the event that this feature is not implemented on Stack Overflow proper, I have tentatively made a request for a /me/votes route in the Draft Specification for API v2.0. If this is ever added to the API, app developers could implement a feature to allow a user to view his or her own voting history. Note that this would not make any user's voting history public to everyone.

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