Tool to find edit history intersection
Is there a history tool to use to remind yourself of what pages your edits and another Wikipedian have intersected on including conversations between the two of you on a talk page? Alatari (talk) 07:46, 25 March 2013 (UTC)
- From Wikipedia:Tools:
- Intersect Contribs – compares the edits of two editors in any Wikimedia Foundation wiki to see which articles overlap
- Wikistalk – similar to Intersect Contribs, allows comparisons between more than two users and namespace selection, works only on the English Wikipedia
- Editor Interaction Analyzer, shows the common pages that two editors have both edited, sorted by minimum time between edits by both users. Only works on the English Wikipedia.
I have a follow up question. Is there a way to quickly pinpoint the exact edit you made over a several year time span in a heavily edited talk page or article especially one that has 30 or 50 archive pages built up? Alatari (talk) 09:26, 25 March 2013 (UTC)
- One way is to search for your user name in the archives, either by using the archive search box if there is one, or Special:PrefixIndex if not. Alternatively, this tool could help. -- John of Reading (talk) 11:20, 25 March 2013 (UTC)