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You have posted the 4th answer that confirmed the app no longer worked. The first answer that came to the same conclusion was posted in 2014. If you have nothing new to add to an Q/A, please refrain from bumping a Q/A with a new answer. It would have sufficed to upvote an existing answer that said the same. I haven't checked with Animuson but I assume his ...


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status-planned Just a simple recommendation (I do not particularly like the abbreviations): could there be a table on hover, e.g: * Like the Roomba Forecaster userscript. The table can contain long details like "Answered the question", "Edited the question", etc.


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feature-request status-deferred Please add a way to search through these posts1. Possible use cases: Checking your recent comments (on either questions or answers) to see whether they are still up to date. Checking whether or not some edits you made a while ago can be improved upon. If you normally comment on (or edit) posts that you've seen, you can use ...


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feature-request If the user has <3K, the "Close" link does nothing. It would be better if the button was disabled for <3K users or led to a dialog explaining that the user needed 3K reputation to cast close and re-open votes.


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No, it does not. It's the same operator as in the regular site search and that does not support multiple IDs either. However, if you need the excerpt from a list of questions you already know the ID of, you can consider retrieving the body with the /questions call (by applying the correct filter) and stripping the HTML elements. That's pretty close to what ...


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For trends like this, the Stack Exchange Data Explorer is a better option (if you know SQL; if you don't, check out the awesome tutorial). About the only downside is that it is refreshed once per week, on Sunday morning; the API gives you real-time results. The API would be able to provide the number of questions asked in the last week for certain tags, e.g....


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