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Hi I'm new here and I'm searching a way to find all my annotations, remarks, questions which I produced. Like in common forums - "show all my postings / answers..". How to do it?

asked 02 Sep '22, 20:47

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OpenStreetMap as a project consists of several different ones - there's the map data at, and changesets, changeset discussions, diary entries, diary entry comments and private messages there, but also there is,,, and many others not run by OSMF directly (e.g. various Discord / Slack / Telegram instances, everything created by HOT et al, etc.)

Can you give examples of which places you are interested in?

(03 Sep '22, 10:28) SomeoneElse ♦

Thanks. As Newbie I'm confused about the number of different "topics". What I do - one example:

(03 Sep '22, 10:33) Peter2_1

Yes - it is confusing (even to someone who has been involved with OSM for some time).

Some of the things that you create can be seen from your user profile. Notes is one example, Diary comments is another. However your changeset comments aren't visible there - hence people mentioning in other answers.

(03 Sep '22, 10:37) SomeoneElse ♦

Thanks, now I see.

(03 Sep '22, 10:42) Peter2_1

Of course you understand there exist no function which can assemble all your notation on every place.

So what platforms and forums are you interested in?

I you are interested in your changset comments etc. look at your page at: osm user). There are some links which you can explore further.

permanent link

answered 03 Sep '22, 08:13

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I don't want to see every place, I thought that in my OSM there is a page which lists all my remarks. Is it not?

Thanks for the link, but it does not work for me - error 404.

(03 Sep '22, 10:08) Peter2_1

The link is formatted wrong.

Open then search for your osm user name.

(03 Sep '22, 10:19) Msiipola

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