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Why is not a single website with one account? [duplicate]

Why do I have to create another account every time I post on a new site?
igmkjp's user avatar
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2 votes
2 answers

Stack Overflow login email not recognized on Stack Exchange [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why separate Stack Exchange accounts? This is intended as feedback, not a question. I tried to vote up a question on I need to log in. Okay, fine, I use Stack&...
LisaD's user avatar
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Why aren't I automatically logged in to new StackExchange sites? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why separate Stack Exchange accounts? When I visit a new StackExchange site, I have to go through the hassle of clicking log in, selecting "Stack Exchange" as my ID, and ...
Robert Martin's user avatar
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0 answers

Why do we have separate user accounts across Stack Exchange? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why separate Stack Exchange accounts? I don't quite know where to post a question about Stack Exchange itself, but here it goes. I use several of the Stack Exchange sites, ...
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2 votes
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Why do I need to make an account for each SE Site? [duplicate]

Its a minor nuisance, but its still a nuisance. Everyone once in a while Ill find a new SE site that looks interesting or that Ill have a comment for, but when I go to make the comment, the system ...
David says Reinstate Monica's user avatar
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1 answer

Why do I need to enter the Stack Exchange password so many times? [duplicate]

After, for example, a cookie reset I need to log in again. Why do I need to enter the password N times for N Stack Exchange sites? Isn't the account consolidated? Sometimes I can wait for some time ...
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Why are all communities unlinked? [duplicate]

I examine questions on Stack Overflow, Stack Exchange, and the subdomains for specializations. Every time I want to upvote or save a question or ask one on a new site, I am prompted to make a new ...
cppProgrammer's user avatar
-10 votes
1 answer

The sign-up process for alternative SE sites should be in the background [duplicate]

It's a bit of a hurdle to participate on a Stack Exchange site you've never used before. After reading something interesting, you have to stop and log in before being able to comment, vote, etc. ...
ahorn's user avatar
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372 votes
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Why do I need 50 reputation to comment? What can I do instead?

Users with less than 50 reputation points cannot write comments on questions and answers that they don't own. Why does this limit exist? But I want to contribute now. What should I do instead? But I ...
3 votes
1 answer

Multiple accounts for every Stack Exchange network site?

I just joined and have found that, if I wanted to use the other Stack Exchange sites like programmers, meta, photography, etc., for each one I have to create a new account. Why can't ...
user159692's user avatar
-9 votes
1 answer

Universal login throughout all Stack Exchange sites [duplicate]

I have started using more Stack Exchange sites. Whenever I go to a new site I have to login and create an account. I think it would be more convenient if when you create a Stack Exchange account, it ...
Noah Huppert's user avatar
-1 votes
1 answer

Registered for an Area 51 site but not signed up for Stack Overflow [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why do I still have to manually create and link my account for every stack exchange web site? I committed to a site on Area 51 which is now in beta. However, when I attempted ...
user174777's user avatar