Hi @Douglas McPhaden - At the current time, producing a list of questions an individual has asked is not available.
As an aside ...
As to 'seeing' your "... ideas or questions ..."
An actual "List", of ALL the, "Ideas"; and/or, "Questions"/"Posts"/"Polls"/etc, that one ACTUALLY raises can be found under one's "Profile", under that "My Discussions".
I just thought that this may help, somewhat.
If you click the small magnifying glass in the right upper corner of the Community page, you can search by topic, subject, or by your name. Searching for McPhaden, we do see some posts that are attributed to the name McPhaden by using this feature.
Please try this and let us know if it does or does not work for you by replying to this post or posting again.
You should be able to see the Quick Links on the right side of the Community questions page and within Quick Links, you should see "My Discussions". Those would be the discussions/questions that you, yourself have started.
Hope this helps!
Community questions page - don't know what that is
only reliable way to see Quick Links is by clicking Events on the main vertical menu bar
Discussions seems to be ideas. ??
Unanswered Questions is undecipherable. It says 52. It opens a page with 10 questions. None of them are mine..
Suggestions: Community responders should be rewarded for correct responses, not the fastest or the number.
Solution: Every Community response should be reviewed by another responder. Encourage critical reviews based on putting yourselves in the shoes of person who submitted the question.
Idea: on each question form ask the user what level user they are: amateur, novice, apprentice, journeyman, master, expert, and acrobat. Write an article that shows users what they should know to achieve the next level. Example: a novice should know the minimum requirements of a source citation. Example: an acrobat should always completely finish source linker sessions without hesitation.
@Douglas McPhaden Good ideas, appreciate the feedback.
Mark McLemore's answer is crisp, does not equivocate, and does not answer any question not asked.
It is also unacceptable for a platform that will support about 25 million registered users.
@Douglas McPhaden Appreciate your perspective and would like to learn more. I'll start an Idea on this topic to discuss in more detail - alternatively, feel free to DM me with specifics if you'd prefer to discuss privately.
Link to the Idea is: https://community.familysearch.org/en/discussion/88172/add-functionality-that-allows-you-to-see-questions-you-have-asked/p1?new=1
I appreciate the offer to DM you. It probably means Direct Message, and may well have something to do with the @Douglas McPhaden you used. How can i learn more?
To find the Comments you have posted on requires more clicks.
Click on your Profile/icon as in above image posted by Brett
Click on your User Name
Click on Comments
Why not have Comments listed under "My Discussions" in the image above. It would save an extra click.
I think this is a DM
Does it go only to you?
Do you get a notification for it?
Will it come as a comment only in the same discussion?
How does it behave if it is in the the middle of body text?
@Douglas McPhaden - I've sent you a direct message which can be accessed via the envelope in the top right corner.
Looking for a bit more direct answers to the specific?