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About:

Afterstack is a tool, for the Stack Exchange Network sites, that provides: integrated searching, answer saving, refined results and profile based suggestions.

Currently:

  • 5 sites are supported: Stack Overflow, Super User, Ask Ubuntu, Ask Different and Server Fault (more to be added soon).
  • Searching does not require a user profile, however, saving answers and receiving personalized suggestions requires sign in by using either a Github or a Google account. User registration is not supported.
  • Only questions that have been answered are returned in the results.
    The top 5 questions are returned by default per every search (more options to be added soon)
  • The top 5 answers per question are visible
  • Each user profile can contain up to 50 saved answers.

version: 0.1 beta

Screenshots

Main Q/A Viewer

Search Related Saved Answers

User Profile

Download / Install:

https://www.afterstack.io

Contact:

contact@afterstack.io

  • Suggestion: Afterstack is a tool<del>,</del> for the Stack Exchange Network of Question & Answer websites, that provides<del>,</del> integrated searching, answer saving, refined results and profile based suggestions. – 3D1T0R Aug 7 at 19:29
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    Also, why use GitHub/Google account(s) for sign in instead of associating with a user's SE account via Stack Exchange Authentication? – 3D1T0R Aug 7 at 19:40
  • @3D1T0R thanks for suggestions! With regards your first comment I am currently implementing the introduction of Github issues also into the platform and as such this description most likely will become: Afterstack simplifies the process of problem-solving for IT professionals by combining data from popular online communities such as Stack Overflow and Github within a unified user interface... etc. With regards authentication it is already on the roadmap to add SE auth and also user reg, but currently responsiveness, categories and Github issues are priorities. – Afterstack Aug 8 at 4:05

The text box is super narrow! The site is unusable!

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    That site currently uses a rather, um, unique styling. You need a browser window of at least, about 1600 pixels. ;) – Brock Adams Jul 13 at 4:59
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    @sag Thank you for the feedback. The site is not yet responsive (its just a prototype so far) and those kind of issues can be expected. Besides the narrow text on the home page did you experience any functional issues? – Afterstack Jul 13 at 5:35

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