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Often, there are times when I feel the need to send a message to myself. For example, a question that someone posted that I want to review at a later time (sometimes a question that was asked weeks or months ago can be hard to access). With the ability to message myself, this would allow me or anyone else to gain access to the question quicker. Also, there are times when I might only want to look at the messages sent from an individual user. This feature is currently not available, but I believe it should be. That is all. I hope others support me on this. Cheers :D
I agree with both...Not a bad idea.
same here.. Having that option would be beneficial to most people
....but can't you view the messages sent already?
@lgbasallote, you can, but not in the manner that I was describing.
view messages sent from individual users>>>thumbs up!!!
1) Make a dupe. 2) Send messages to it.
How do you view sent messages?
@rajathsbhat Click “view all messages,” then click on “sent”.
Niiice. A medal for you!
*spends the next 15 minutes reading all the messages he has ever sent* http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/000/415/209/3b4.png
Or maybe we can Bookmark questions we would like to have a look at once again?
Yes, but that would only be supplemental to what I am suggesting, since sending messages to yourself would not be limited to just reminding yourself about previous questions.
I was only posting the "previous question" idea as an example.