Since I'm a user on all 4 sites, when I want to check for responses I have to individually visit each Recent Activity page. Can I have a "combined view" that aggregates data from all 4 sites on one page?

Also when checking up on a particular user, I'd like to see all his best questions and answers, not just those that relate to the current site.


The sites are mutually exclusive. I don't think SO should implement anything like this. Most programmers on SO won't care much for the activity taking place on SU.

  • I humbly disagree. If I have accounts in both places, why wouldn't I be interested in updates from both places? It would make sense to provide a single dashboard for all related sites. Aug 23 '10 at 14:06

You can now view all of your comments, reputation points, etc. on every Stack Exchange site in one place:


There's even a global reputation graph!

If you like StackCenter, please vote for it here.

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    – Ivo Flipse
    Jul 19 '10 at 9:07

This seems to have been realized with the network ('global') profile and the 'Top Network Posts' widget on the bottom left of each profile page, e.g. https://meta.stackexchange.com/users/131515/robinicks:

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There's a link at the bottom which leads to the network profile, which gives a longer overview of the top questions and answers. The top posts of the author of the question are here: https://stackexchange.com/users/18060/jarvis

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(for your own ones, visit https://stackexchange.com/users/current)

Checking for responses is best done via the global inbox, here is a list of notifications which end up there. Your own global inbox can be visited via the button in the top bar, all notifications will be collected on this page: https://stackexchange.com/users/current?tab=inbox.

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