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Is there a way to search previously asked questions (not questions asked by 'me' but asked by others previously)?

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You should be able to use google. Append site:open study.com to the end of your search terms.
Without a space, sorry.
But if you know or remember usernmae o f the person who had asked that question then you can find it on the wall of his/her profile. There's another solution, you can download Google Desktop sidebar and after installation, excute the application and then press control key twice and write your keyword or username or something relevant to that question. You may instantly find it. : )
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it would be cool to have something while you're typing your question up, it automatically searches to find similar questions.

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