Considering that Stack Exchange automatically deletes "dead" questions and deleted questions/answers are removed from user profiles after a certain time period (30 days?), active long-time users likely have lost some of their content unless they manually keep track of URLs. How can I access my complete post history?

  • Afaik, you should be able to see your own deleted posts listed in your profile. – Ash Nov 10 '17 at 0:57
  • @Ash: They are removed eventually. In "Deleted Recent Questions" there's currently only one question in my profile and more than 10 of my questions have been deleted. – user598527 Nov 10 '17 at 1:18
  • I don't mean there, I mean if you go through your list of questions on your account – Ash Nov 10 '17 at 1:48
  • @Ash: This is a list of my questions (116). List of my questions shared by Lazers (147). Is this what you mean by "your list of questions on your account"? – user598527 Nov 10 '17 at 10:47
  • @Ash: Can I return to this topic? Are all deleted questions displayed somewhere for account owners who don't have 10,000 or more reputation? – user598527 Nov 12 '17 at 14:48
  • @Ash: I ask one last time: Which one of us made a mistake? Can you give a link if you know where the full history is stored? – user598527 Nov 26 '17 at 21:59
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    somehow I completely missed all the pings on this! You're right, I'm wrong. I thought it was different but apparently I've been a moderator too long and I forget what it's like for users. The only way is the recently deleted page (if less than 60 days), or as you describe below, or if you have a direct link to the question in some other way. – Ash Nov 27 '17 at 1:35

You can search Arqade's automated bot Lazers 2.0's post history by appending your username to the search field:

Lazers 2.0

Because the bot doesn't share answers, you have to contact a moderator or a user with over 10 000 reputation (see user privileges) to access your full history.

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