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In the sidebar on the right there is a colon 'related' and also a colon 'linked' if there are posts that link to the current one. There I found If $f(x) \geq 0$, then $g(x) =f(x)+f'(x)+f''(x)+...+f^r(x) \geq 0$ which is very recent. Of course this only works if the post is linked on this site. Otherwise searching for the ID-number of the ...


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When voting to close a question as a duplicate, every user can select only one duplicate target. But users with a gold badge in one of the tags and moderators can edit the duplicate list — add more targets, replace targets, or remove targets, as appropriate. So for the time being, you cannot add another target to the list yourself, but when appropriate you ...


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As far as I know, it does not work this way. According to the tag-info (maybe somebody can find a more official source): The "Linked Questions" sidebar is a user-generated list of related questions shown when viewing a question. Its content comes from questions that users have linked in the question, their answers, or in comments. I will add that both ...


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MetaSE must have a thread related to this, but I'm unable to find it. I'm extending my comment as an answer. As soon as a link[1] to question, answers or comment from thread $A$ is posted on question, answers or comments of thread $B$, a link to linked thread will show up in 'Linked section' on sidebar. This link will be shown as long as the posted link ...


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This is status-bydesign according to this very old post over at Meta Stack Exchange: Linked and Related sections contain duplicate links to questions. Times may have changed, and recently, a new feature request was posted to have this changed: The same question should not be under both Linked and Related. So maybe it will change in the future.


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This question relates to two places: related questions to the right of a post on either the meta site or the main site, and question and answer lists in one's profile. These lists display the score given by votes in a grey or light green box. The box is light green when there has been an accepted answer, and the box is grey when there is no accepted answer. ...


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No. I just tested it. I took a random question with a linked question and posted it in an now deleted comment. Post $B$ did show up, but post $C$ didn't. However, I think that this could be very useful. I think it would be better if you posted this at meta.stackexchange.com.


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