I can see my comments by clicking activity -> comments. However, I never have only one comment per question. If I have commented a lot on a question looking over all questions that I have seen becomes difficult.

I want to treat all comments on a question as being the same and therefore see only one, representative, comment to draw a question. That is, if I had 100 comments per question, I want to see only one.

Is this possible?

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    Simple fix: don't enter flames. – Mat Sep 22 '13 at 9:35
  • It is ideal if people could understand you from the single note. However, I always have trouble with this. – Val Sep 22 '13 at 9:37
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    I really don't think this is necessary. First of all, that many comments should not be necessary. And if a situation has been clarified, ideally the comments should be removed. In fact, some of your recent comments here for example were not really necessary, nor should they be so drawn out. The whole comment thread there can go. Just try to keep them to a minimum, clean up when you can, and as @Mat says, don't enter flames. – Bart Sep 22 '13 at 9:51

For stuff like this (not often used/needed), use the Data Explorer or the Stack Exchange API.

  • The Data Explorer (SEDE) is easy to use but the data may be a few days old.
  • The API is up to the minute but a bit more involved, and subject to quota restrictions.

Here is a SEDE query that groups your comments by post, to get you started.

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