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As of January 16, 2020, all questions and answers have a “timeline button” underneath the voting buttons. Clicking on the clock icon directly leads to the timeline for that question or answer: For more information, see the announcement Add a link to the timeline of a post on Meta Stack Exchange.


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Let me take a crack at answering this, being the moderator in question. There are essentially two reasons: The question is subpar. The fact that it was later closed, reopened, and attracted more closing votes now show that I am not the only person who felt this way. I don't think it's necessarily a bad question, that's irrelevant. But I don't think this is ...


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Moderators frequently remove questions from the HNQ. Our site is large and provides many interesting questions. The number of questions per site is limited. Removals increase the turnover of math-questions in the HNQ and thus allow more math-questions to get known network-wide. Put differently it seems better to have eight questions there for three hours ...


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The URL of the timeline of a post {PostID} is http://math.stackexchange.com/posts/{PostID}/timeline To get the PostID you can use the share link, it is the first number in that URL (the second, if it exists, is your UserID). For a question-post you can usually just get the PostID from the address bar of your browser, too. Yet, note for the timeline it is /...


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As the other answer and also the tag-info say, timeline can be found by modifying the url to the form http://math.stackexchange.com/posts/id/timeline. Rather easy way to get there is to go to revisions first - by clicking the timestamp of the last edit - and then change the word revisions to timeline in the url. (Although it only works for edited posts.) ...


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The last activity was a Community♦ bump at 05:48:10, which was not displayed in the timeline. Protecting a question does not count for the time displayed at the active timer.


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The SE Modifications is a userscript which modifies sites on the Stack Exchange network in a variety of ways. One of the modifications is to provide a link to the timeline in the same cluster of links as the "share", "edit", etc links.


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