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How can I destroy my profile? ("destroy", not "delete")

When a profile is deleted, all of the posts made by that profile are anonymized, in the sense that the username is reverted to a default user##### name, and the ...
Xander Henderson's user avatar
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How can I destroy my profile? ("destroy", not "delete")

Another consideration is that you've posted ~5 questions, and some other users have posted answers on those questions. If your posts are destroyed, then those answers cannot exist without a question, ...
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Are more users deleting their accounts now than in the past?

As far as I know, we cannot get some data on dates of account deletions from the Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE). Still, for deleted users we can find the date when they posted their last post. (...
Martin Sleziak's user avatar
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Is $-706$ points for "user was removed" a new record?

No, on a per user basis it's not a new record, not even close. See the point-timeline of Brian M. Scott around end of March this year for a recent loss an order of magnitude higher. Yes, for 'large' ...
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Is it possible to know the questions and answers by a no longer user?

To find posts by a deleted user if you have the userid you can use Data Explorer (SEDE). See also: Is there a way to check all questions/answers posted from a deleted account (MathOverflow Meta) and ...
Martin Sleziak's user avatar
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Is it possible to know which posts were affected by user removal?

Is it possible to add some sort of way of knowing which posts were affected by the user's removal? I've described a procedure for this on Meta Stack Exchange. It uses the Stack Exchange API but does ...
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Are more users deleting their accounts now than in the past?

Unfortunately, I think the stack exchange sites are being designed in the way that, this is the direction it will go (not necessarily a bad thing though). It is designed to be a Q&A site where ...
usernegative1's user avatar
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Is it possible to search past answers of a deleted account?

You can achieve this using a SEDE query. In particular using this query you need to enter the deleted user's displayname and the non-deleted posts will be shown ordered by their Score. For example ...
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My complete account content got deleted from the site!!

The account was removed on purpose. Here is a list of its posts. (The last one was self-deleted.) Ways to split nonlinear ODEs in linear part + nonlinearity that may work https://math.stackexchange....
quid's user avatar
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Finding the identity of a deleted user

User was removed vs. Voting corrected The message you received means that someone deleted their profile here or had a sockpuppet profile deleted. If you click on the link in your reputation history, ...
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How can I quit this site?

To delete you account, go to the relevant help-center page and follow the instructions. In your case this amounts to follow the "contact us" link (as explained in a comment). Check whether you receive ...
quid's user avatar
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Avoiding the lost of a user and the lost of more than 20k points

While I cannot speculate on specific cases, I've seen high-reputation accounts get deleted for a variety of reasons. For example, dissatisfaction with the site direction, disagreement with mods, ...
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Is it possible to know the name of a user with account deleted?

EDIT: Originally I suggested using SEDE (see below). But probably a better option is to use some tool getting data about the usernames from Stack Exchange API, such as the one mentioned in the ...
Martin Sleziak's user avatar
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What can we do about answered questions with no accepted answers if user has left the site

If a question has an upvoted answer, then the question is answered. Acceptance of answers is still in the hands of the askers, and they won't necessarily oblige. There are many unaccepted answers in ...
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About the message "User was removed"

There just is no answer that was deleted. Note what it says (added emphasis): "This message means that a user who voted for one of your posts had their account deleted[...]" What happened is that a ...
quid's user avatar
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Can I know where I lost my reputation?

There is a related question on Meta Stack Exchange: How can I find posts related to lost reputation due to a “user was removed” message? Glorfindel's answer to this question provides a tool which ...
Martin Sleziak's user avatar

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