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Is there a way to find all questions that refer via a link to some other question in SO.

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

To demonstrate, I will link to another question.

Show posts that link to your questions on recent activity

Notice that the right-hand side of this page now has a Linked section, referring to the question I just linked.

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Of note, this works both ways. Not only does it include questions that this question (and its answers) link to, but also other questions that link to it – Daniel DiPaolo Jun 2 '11 at 18:25

Look at the Linked section in the right-hand side of the question's page.

It shows both the questions linked from this question,
and the questions having a link to this question.

screenshot of the section

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