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Yesterday, we pushed a change to clean up some site settings that are used by both public Q&A and Teams. When the changes pushed out, the public Q&A changes were successful, but the Teams build failed - which was unknown to the developers. The failure put Teams in an inconsistent state which took it offline. We pushed a build to Teams again which ...


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If you join a site again, after previously deleting your account there, you'll cause a new account to be created for you on that site and associated with all your other Stack Exchange sites. That's by design. If you're using the app, you won't even be asked to create the new account, it will be created when you post a comment or answer. So in order to not ...


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There is a related question How to add HNQ to chat room feed? where user @rene describes an RSS feed containing Hot Network Questions. It has options to filter by site, e.g. https://lackadaisical-appeal.glitch.me/hnq/chess.stackexchange.com would contain all HNQs from Chess Stack Exchange. There it's discussed as a way of posting HNQs in a chatroom, but of ...


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As per Now you can know if a question really hit the HNQ, this is now possible and implemented by Stack Exchange. There are now events in a post's revision history, slightly modified from the post above: And also in the timeline, as a history event: While it's not so obvious as mentioned in the accepted answer, perhaps not to annoy other people, it is at ...


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