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Type user:me in the search box & you'll be able to search your posts. You can further refine it by adding is:question to filter only your questions or is:answer to filter out only answers. Check the search tips for more such options.


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Search only acts on one user. The search for all your open questions with at least one answer and is unaccepted is user:104103 answers:1 hasaccepted:no closed:no There's no syntax for "where question is by X and answer is by Y" However Only that user complains. My opinion it that my feedback is adequate to response Feels problematic - While you ...


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The last result is an answer, not question and hence says 4 votes and no mention of answers


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Click "Users" (on practically any page). Enter the user name in the text field.


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Searching "partial matches" is already possible. If you search for *shortcatapp*, you'll get the expected result. Enabling partial matches by default would only lead to bad precision in the search results, meaning you'd get a lot of irrelevant posts.


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You can create a filter on stackexchange.com. When signed in, go to "Filtered Questions": You can then either bookmark your new filter or have it email you links to new questions. (And of course you can always access it from the Filtered Questions page itself.)


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I created this query which will search through all comments for a username anywhere in the text, but without the @reply. Just enter the desired username in the parameter box & you're good to go. thanks Tim for the nudge!


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Searching with url:*example.com* will search for all posts containing the above URL, even if it is embedded


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Add isaccepted:yes or hasaccepted:yes to the search keywords to search for answers which are accepted or have accepted answers What is 'best' is subjective, and we have voting for that. You can apply minimum scores to search criteria: adding score:2 will search and fetch all answers having a minimum score(ie upvotes - downvotes) of 2.


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As I understand it, when you view someone's profile the site puts user:<USER ID> in the search box automatically. You can use the automatically generated text to help quickly search for the user's posts that contain a certain keyword: Click in the textbox, making sure the cursor is at the end of the text Press Space then add your additional search ...


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It means you're searching for all posts from that user.


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The OR operator is used combine the results from searching multiple tags. There does not appear to be an AND operator. [windows-8] and explorer gives 1054 results for SuperUser. [windows-8] explorer gives 1295 results. How do I search? If you need to refine and narrow your search, here are some basic tips: To search within specific tag(s), enter ...


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This seems to be fixed now


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I think its this one. It got roombaed - deleted by the system for being zero score, zero answer.


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You can use SE Data Explorer to create queries. Best answers created within 3 month range Use it for whatever site, or fork it and change answers to questions and 3 months to 1 year, whatever you want!


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You can use the built-in search for this. Just enter two or more tags, using the bracket syntax. For example, searching for [windows-7] [microsoft-excel] will return all questions with both of those tags.


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