# Is there a convenient way to find questions which I have previously answered?

I started my participation yesterday, and I was very gratefully and pleasantly surprised to receive a perfect answer.

I also looked through 10 pages of unanswered questions, and I answered a few. Now I wiould like to take a look at these questions I answered to see if my answers were useful. I have not been able to find any search method for doing this efficiently.

• BTW, if you are pleased by the answer to your question then you can click on the tick (✔️) button to accept those answers. It tells the answerer that you have appreciated their response. – user249968 Oct 13 '20 at 17:22
• Also we have voting system to maintain the quality of our content. You may soon be eligible to vote yourself (after you gain 15 reputations). – user249968 Oct 13 '20 at 17:22
• If you haven't already visited our tour page, then you should definitely go there and check out about our policies, etc. Here's the link: physics.meta.stackexchange.com/tour – user249968 Oct 13 '20 at 17:24
• Did you look at the help center page about searching? – BioPhysicist Oct 13 '20 at 19:09
• Thank you all for your help. – Buzz Oct 23 '20 at 20:10

In addition to the listings in your profile page, the modifiers user:me and is:answer can be used in any search to limit the search to your posts and to answers, respectively. For more information, see How do I search? on the Help Center.