When I MouseOver on my name, I got following information for now:

           today    week    month
reputation  0        45     868
votes cast  13       30     478
revisions   0        0       0
favorites   0        2       9

Can we know that how many non-wiki answers/questions I posted for today/week/month. Or how many of my answers are accepted for today/week/month.

For Example:

         today  week    month
answers    5     30      70
questions  2     10      15
accepted   2      7      20 


answers   means "My non-wiki answers" 
questions means "My non-wiki question" 
accepted  means "My non-wiki answers which are accepted by Question poster"

These information keep me track that what is the progress of my reputation by my posts.

I searched it here also but did not find any other related question. Can someone provide details.



May be we have some other ways to know these information. But I think it is basic information that a user should have quick access. I think No. Of Answers is more useful than revisions and favorites in this popup window. In my profile, Most of the time my revision and favorite digits are 0

  • No feedback from any Admin ???
    – Naveed
    Commented Aug 31, 2011 at 15:18
  • That popup already takes forever to load when I have a bad cell signal. Please don't increase the size of it -- and yes I often prefer the non-mobile site. Further, I suspect the hope is that users will want to notice if several of their questions are being edited. Or if their favorite questions are changing dramatically.</rant> that said, I would like to see accepted added. Especially with negative numbers when my answers are getting un-accepted.
    – M. Tibbits
    Commented Sep 1, 2011 at 2:52

1 Answer 1


You can search for things like your unaccepted non-CW answers (user:me is:answer isaccepted:0 wiki:0) and browse by date (newest tab).

There's a point where the user-friendly UI gives up. You can use the API to go beyond that. For example, you can retrieve your questions or your answers or a few other filters in a certain date range, and filter the results in any way you like.

Going even further, there's a read-only copy of the database where you can make queries. It's only updated every 1–2 months, but allows you to make very fancy selections.

  • Thanks for your reply but I want to know my current week's reputation with my current week's No. of answers. For now it is showing reputation, votes casts, revisions and favorites. I think reputation and votes casts are OK but No of Answers and No of Questions are more important for me than revisions and favorites. So I think there should be a quick access to these information for a user.
    – Naveed
    Commented Jun 30, 2011 at 5:26

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