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I could not find the meta of Web Applications. It should have been easier to find (I did not find it actually, I just added "meta" to the URL).

marked as duplicate by Arulkumar, Pierre.Vriens, Mureinik, Robert Longson, GDPR Apr 30 at 10:51

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  • Many possible ways to get Meta. One easiest way -> Please find the "?" icon in the top bar then Meta link in the Web Apps. – Arulkumar Apr 30 at 7:50
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    I don't understand why this is being negatively received. We get lots of site-specific questions on this site, from users who are completely unaware of the existence of per-site metas. In most cases, after I advise them of the way to access the per-site meta (through the site switcher), they then apologize and move on their way. – Sonic the Anonymous Hedgehog Apr 30 at 8:04
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    @Arulkumar Not a duplicate. That is a support question; this is an (albeit weak) feature request. – Sonic the Anonymous Hedgehog Apr 30 at 8:19
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    On stack, for each problem to solve, you get 3 guys downvoting, because why not, 3 guys downvoting because they find the answer too obvious (but too hard to write it down), 3 to 4 guys marking it as duplicated or saying it belong somewhere else. Sometime, someone try to solve the problem. Stack reflects very much humanity. – J. Does Apr 30 at 9:29
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    @SonictheInclusiveHedgehog For once, I agree about your bewilderment! It's also worth mentioning that downvoters don't lose rep for downvoting questions. – Mari-Lou A Apr 30 at 9:39
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    On posts tagged feature-request, voting indicates agreement or disagreement with the proposed change rather than just the quality or usefulness of the post itself. (from the Help Center). I didn't downvote but I can imagine people think three links on every page is enough, even though you have to open a menu or scroll to the bottom to see them. – Glorfindel Apr 30 at 9:39
  • @Glorfindel said "On posts tagged feature-request, voting indicates agreement or disagreement ". So why do the vote buttons still say the choice is based on research etc.? – Ray Butterworth Apr 30 at 12:53
  • Because the tooltips are the same on all sites. Also, one could argue that a feature request one disagrees with isn't really useful. But that's a separate [discussion] ... – Glorfindel Apr 30 at 13:13
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In the old days it was in the top bar.

It's a simple matter of clicking on the SE logo while on any site, and pick the meta site from the drop down menu:

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  • thats indeed where I look for it – J. Does Apr 30 at 9:32
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  • You can scroll to the footer and click the 'Feedback' link (left)
  • As @Arulkumar noted in the comments, there's a link to Meta in the Help Center menu (right)

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  • Some sites have Hot or Featured Meta Posts (Web Applications currently does not have them). You can reach Meta by clicking on one of those posts:

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  • thank you but that the last place I would have look for (but still better than in "save file") – J. Does Apr 30 at 9:32

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