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Add a "sort by date" button in user homepage to view question answered or question asked from last time.
Hmm, could you explain this more? Currently, on your user profile, your 'Questions Asked' and 'Questions Answered' are ordered by date. When you say 'from last time' - are you referring to showing what has changed from your last log-in? Sorry, just want to make sure I'm understanding you correctly ;)
Yeah, if you can sort it from the time I registered then it will be cool :), because it takes ages to scroll down and look back, or perhaps you can make a calendar to choose which date to look back.

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you think you have problems scrolling .... try having my account :)
if i want to find a problem that i helped on, i have to google it ....
but the thing is, you don't remember what you've solved last time, so you can't google that.
lol

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