There are hundreds of pages explaining how to search your own questions, or answers to them, but nothing that I can see about just getting a list of them. Some answers suggested using the Advanced Search, but that seems to apply only when you want to search for content.

I have probably missed it, but I'd be grateful if someone could point me at it.

Maybe it should be proposed as an enhancement, something like a profile menu item as it is with some other Q&A software, or even just a button beside your avatar "List own posts"

  • Well, it's not right under your avatar, but from there it's just a couple of clicks: tex.stackexchange.com/users/355/peter-flynn?tab=questions. But this is more a question for Meta than for the main site.
    – campa
    Jun 26 '20 at 14:30
  • In the search bar, type user:me is:question to view a list of all your questions. is:answer lists all your answers. Just user:me lists all your posts.
    – Werner
    Jun 26 '20 at 14:32
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    Hah! Thank you! I knew there would be a simple answer that I had missed. In three months, of course, I won't be able to find this post again and I'll have forgotten what to type :-) The tab in my profile is great, but wholly non-obvious because I don't see a line of undistinguished words as tabs. Someone needs to do some more usability testing on SE, I think. Can someone make an answer I can vote for, or should I just trash the question? Jun 26 '20 at 14:41

There's a list of questions in your profile:

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There's one direct link which works for all users: https://tex.stackexchange.com/users/current?tab=questions. It will automatically redirect to your own questions. Alternatively, you can combine the two search options user:me and is:q to search for 'posts by yourself' which 'are questions'; this might be useful when you want to combined it with e.g. created:1y.. which filters on posts from the last 365 days.

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