With a proliferation of SE sites ( coupled with the original SOFU sites), I have a lot of places where I can ask my questions.

But this also means that unfortunately my QA histories are scattered around different sites, and I always forget to come back to provide the continuing interaction needed. With limited time and energy, I can only check SO on a daily basis. So invariably other less heavily used sites will be forgotten.

Is there anyway to solve this issue? Maybe there is a central site that show all my recent activities on SE+SOFU+meta sites?

P/S: if you don't see me active on this question you can safely assume that I've forgotten about it after asking. Talk about the irony :)

P/S2: Since I don't want SE to spam my email, so I won't check the Send email option.


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This is now complete.

  1. look for the small indicator on the Stack Exchange logo in the upper right
  2. click it to expand a list of network-wide replies to you.

global inbox

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    One odd thing about the global inbox is that it is more responsible than the envelope — it shows ❶ (correctly) before the envelope lights up! I don't know if this is a good news or not :)
    – kennytm
    Sep 24, 2010 at 20:20

Login to StackCenter website. From here you can track all of your StackExchange accounts.

StackCenter is a website designed to make keeping track of all your accounts easier. Simply enter your username from one of the sites and you're good to go! You can then view your personal page that lists recent comments to you, overall reputation, etc. all on one page.

As a new feature, I added a global reputation graph for the last 30 days so you can see how you're doing.

Source: StackApps


  • +1 I like StackCenter. (And I'm not just saying that 'cuz I wrote it.) Aug 17, 2010 at 16:22
  • Although this is good, not the data is not up to date all the time.
    – Graviton
    Aug 18, 2010 at 1:16
  • StackCenter uses StackExchange API 1.0. If data is not up to date then you can complain for that in StackApps (stackapps.com). Aug 18, 2010 at 6:33
  • It displays a white screen with nothing in it after selecting my username!! Sep 24, 2010 at 19:39

For Chrome, there is Stack Overflow Notifier, which also works on SE 1 sites.


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    Bonus feature: get Enthusiast and Fanatic badges much easier. ;)
    – Gnome
    Sep 24, 2010 at 20:56

Something like an RSS feed / Web Service by UserID would solve a problem like this. I think the op has got a very good point. I have found myself doing the same thing.

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