How do you find questions you have asked in the past on eNotes?I know on my account it shows the two latest questions answered but I cannot find a question I asked about SHAKESPEARE a long time...

How do you find questions you have asked in the past on eNotes?

I know on my account it shows the two latest questions answered but I cannot find a question I asked about SHAKESPEARE a long time ago. Help?

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mrs-campbell eNotes educator| Certified Educator

One way to do this is, in the search bar, to type in some key phrases from the questions that you asked, in quotes.  For example, if one of the questions that you asked a long time ago was "How does Hamlet's behavior impact those around him?"  type in either that question, in quotes, and it will pull that question up, or, just type in parts of that phrase, like "Hamlet's behavior" and it might pull it up too.

Another way to try it is to type Shakespeare into the search bar, which will bring up a lot of responses.  Find the hit that refers to a Shakespeare group.  (I provided the link to this group below.)  Under this "group", you will find a question and answer section where you can browse all of the questions that have been asked on that subject, and maybe you can find your questions in there.  If they were questions on Hamlet, type Hamlet in and find the Hamlet group.  If it was Romeo and Juliet, type that in and find the Romeo and Juliet group.

Try those two routes, and other editors might have some other suggestions for you to try too.  Good luck.

alexb2 eNotes educator| Certified Educator

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