How do I view all my bookmarks across all communities? I.e., see all bookmarks between Stack Overflow and Software Engineering and so on without needing to search through each one individually.

I know this is answered somewhere on meta, but for the life of me, I can't find it (ironically, I forgot the bookmark it). I'm hoping this will make it easier to search in the future.

  • @Scratte ha. It is. I think this one is worth creating again, because I could not find my original by searching (I forgot I even asked it). How do you find the "all bookmarks" link without making a post like this on meta? – Daniel Kaplan Jun 10 at 2:28

You can find it in your network profile, it's one of the tabs there. Or you can use this direct link: https://stackexchange.com/users/current?tab=bookmarks. Here's how it looks like for me:

As @ShadowWizard notes in the comments, it only shows the 150 highest scoring/newest/... bookmarked questions (depending on the tab). If you want a complete list, you'll need the Stack Exchange Data Explorer. I wrote (kind of) that query here: Cross-site inbookmarks:mine search – it allows requires you to search for a keyword as well, which isn't a bad idea in such a long list.

  • Worth to mention it's limited to 150 bookmarks, and not sure what' the sort order, so it's not perfect. To see all bookmarks, one will have to find other way. (API, perhaps?) – Shadow Wizard Wearing Mask V2 Jun 10 at 7:23
  • @ShadowTheVaccinatedWizard you can't trick the pagination? Not sure since I don't have that many bookmarks. SEDE would be my alternative if that didn't work. – Glorfindel Jun 10 at 7:33
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    No, you get "No bookmarks found." if you try to request page 6. (Using OP profile as example, he has more than 150 cross network.) – Shadow Wizard Wearing Mask V2 Jun 10 at 7:36
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    @DanielKaplan I understand your edit, but you should edit your network profile (with the "Update profile info" link) then as well, and upload another avatar ... – Glorfindel Jun 10 at 12:41

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