We’ve been listening to your feedback and we know that one of the features you’d like to see is easier access to your network’s questions and answers.
So we’ve launched a change to make accessing the Answers content that’s personal to you simpler and faster.
From today, you can view your own questions and answers as well as your network’s questions and answers directly from the Answers homepage.
Simply click on the downward arrow on the purple bar to select what you want to see.
“My Questions” displays the questions you’ve asked. You probably already knew that.
“My Answers” displays your answers. From here you can choose to view all your answers, or just bask in the glory of those that have been chosen as best answer. Nice work.
You can view the questions you’re following by selecting “My Followed Questions” and here you can sort by the newest questions or by most starred.
To see how that points total is ticking over, click on “My Activities”. Here you’ll get a breakdown of your Answers activities and their associated points. Thanks again for visiting today, by the way.
“My Saved Searches” will display all the topics you’ve saved. You can switch between the searches by clicking the down arrow, edit the search by clicking the pencil icon, or delete the search by clicking the “X”. You can also sort the search results (Newest; Oldest; Relevance; Most Answers; Fewest Answers)
“My Network” lists all of the people you’re following and who are following you on Answers. From here, you can use the filter to view your network’s questions, answers, questions your network is following, your followers and followees and any not so nice folks that you may have blocked.
Finally you can view all the questions you have chosen to watch by selecting “My Watchlist”
We hope this change makes it simpler for you to get to your Answers Network’s content. We’d love to hear your feedback on this and any suggestions you have to improve the Answers experience.
Please tell us what you think on our feedback forum.
- The Yahoo Answers team