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I searched through my profile on SO but I did not find a list of my deleted questions. Is there a hidden link like the /reputation?

Truth to be told: I remember that I've deleted some of my own questions because they did not receive any answers for months but I can't see them anymore on my profile. I'm after the zombie mask (winterbash).

  • You can find a link to recently deleted questions in the questions list on your profile – Richard Tingle Dec 16 '13 at 15:04
  • Not really sure but go to Questions under your profile and see if there is a link for recently deleted posts. – Habib Dec 16 '13 at 15:04
  • I see 17 deleted questions, if you can narrow it down I can share a link – Flexo Dec 16 '13 at 15:41
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There are 3 options: two for all users, one for when you have the view deleted posts privilege, and if all fails you can only hope your browser history has still a link in its cache.

Find deleted posts in your profile

When the question or answer was posted less than 60 days ago you can find them in your profile:

  • For questions: At the bottom of your question page click the deleted recent questions link
  • For answers: At the bottom of your answer page click the deleted recent answers link

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With the View deleted posts privilege

If you have the privilege Access to moderator tools you can search for your own deleted posts:

deleted:yes stackoverflow

this will give you a search result similar to this:

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Ask a moderator

If none of the options above work for you and it is really important to have that link you can ask a moderator to do a search for you. Don't go asking for links to all your deleted posts but provide a couple of search terms that should return a result to the best of your knowledge. You can reach out to a moderator by raising a custom flag on one of your posts, hop into a chat room that is also visited by moderators or post a request on Meta. Don't make this into a habit though.

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