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As the title says. There's a history of all our queries and it would be good to be able to delete the lousy queries and keep the useful ones.

Is there a way to do this?

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  • @rene I did search for it – Yvette Colomb Dec 7 at 13:44
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    I don't blame you, I live in the data-explorer tag ... I know the pending FR's from the top of my head. – rene Dec 7 at 15:48
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There's currently no way to do this, but it makes sense as a . Since SEDE is partially community-maintained, a volunteer might develop this feature so that it skips the rather long backlog of the Stack Overflow development team.

My workaround is simple: if I know I'm going to write a lousy query, I just don't log in.

  • I've written a query so bad, I can't even remember what I was trying to achieve. – Yvette Colomb Dec 7 at 13:06
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    Don't drink and SEDE ... :P – Glorfindel Dec 7 at 13:06
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    No, no, Do drink coffee and SEDE :D – Yvette Colomb Dec 7 at 13:07

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