https://www.duolingo.com/mofalt

Is there a way to see one's own comments (in the discussion section)?

To me, it would be of great help if I had a way to find out about potential replies to my comments previously made. If, for instance, a learner wants to re-address an issue or ask a follow-up question, I would love to be able to have a list of comments of mine.

I know that a similar thing is already available by "following" a discussion. But this is exactly what I do not want to do. I do not wish to be informed on any tiny -- and mostly utterly irrelevant -- contribution somewhere late in a discussion thread via mail even, but I want to be able to track my own replies and those replies yielded when I choose to do so, by going to, say, a "My Posts" overview page (ideally listing the number of subsequent replies as well, this would help track changes). To me this would be really helpful. (And besides, I would forget to hit the "Follow Discussion" button anyway -- I need to remember enough already here c-; .)

A reply is not necessary, this is rather meant as a suggestion. I shall most probably not be able to find this post...

a+ (peut-ĂȘtre) -- mofalt

January 12, 2018

5 Comments


https://www.duolingo.com/pentaan

Google

site:duolingo.com mofalt

January 12, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/anomalousjack

Thanks Pentaan!

January 12, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/mofalt

Thank you very much Pentaan; this seems to be a really nice use of google.

But in fact unfortunately it is a bit limited, it does not show all contributions.

January 12, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/pentaan

Google - site:duolingo.com mofalt - does not show the discussions:

  • which have more than 5 downvotes
  • the most recent ones (Google needs time to recognize them)

"My Posts" overview page

My solution: I bookmark them in my browser

January 12, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/anomalousjack

I've tried endless ways to do this by searching by my name but it only ever omes up with 7 posts. That's laughable :D

January 12, 2018
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