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Margaret A Ost Nov 18 '13 at 12:10 AM
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July 2014:
http://www.linkedin.com/updates?view=my&trk=sgnl-0-tools-my
Takes you to your HOME PAGE.
on right: click on ALL UPDATES
YOUR UPDATES one option, works.

https://www.linkedin.com/nhome/?typeFilter=ALL#orderBy=Relevance&typeFilter=MYUPDATE

directly to it.

As of December 2013 no longer on our PROFILE.
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    Nathaniel Forbes Nov 18 '13 at 01:35 AM
    I have that link set as a bookmark in my browser Bookmarks Bar. Still works as of 18 November.
    Juliette Vassilkioti Nov 26 '13 at 05:09 AM
    It works! thank you
    Shashank-Recruitment professional(Engineering & IT)-LION 5K+ Nov 27 '13 at 10:40 AM
    Thank you Margaret A Ost
    Brian Morrison Nov 27 '13 at 05:06 PM
    Thank you Margaret! I just saved this to my Bookmarks as well!!!
    Patrick Lannigan Dec 05 '13 at 01:38 PM
    Yes. Thank you. It works.
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    Jeff Luth Jul 03 '13 at 12:28 AM
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    Don't how stale this string is, but I'm very frustrated at inability to see my recent "outbound" updates. Sometimes I want to review what I said and when I said it. It's getting difficult to cut through the clutter of so many updates from others.
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      Patrick Lannigan Dec 05 '13 at 01:33 PM
      Wow. It's a revalation that all LinkedIn posts are disposable (or so it seems). I went to go find a post that a friend posted two days ago and I could not find it under his "recent activity". And I can find old posts that I've done. Wow. This is a mistake in my opinion. I'm not a huge Facebook fan but those comments appear to last forever. Same with Google+ (which I'm musing more lately). If you know how to get at old posts please let me know!
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      Clay Stevens Jan 01 at 12:57 AM
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      Although, it appears there is no menu item, these direct links should show you what you want to see.

      http://www.linkedin.com/groupWatchList?viewWatches=


      **UPDATE** the following link does not work any more. https://www.linkedin.com/updates?view=my
      For explanation see: http://help.linkedin.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5028

      LinkedIn needs to make both of these pages easily accessible to users without having to memorize or save these links. Probably many other 'features' of LinkedIn available this way. Poor design.

      Also posted in http://community.linkedin.com/questions/16044/how-to-see-my-update-history.html?page=2&pageSize=10&sort=votes
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        Tanya de Grunwald Jan 09 at 01:16 PM
        Thanks Clay, so helpful! Crazy that there isn't an easier way to do it though...?!
        Clay Stevens Jan 16 at 07:36 AM
        unfortunately, it looks like LinkedIn disabled the following link

        https://www.linkedin.com/updates?view=my

        What gives?!
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        Brian J Ford Apr 06 '13 at 08:37 AM
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        Curious - and perhaps unique? One assumes that (like facebook) they endure. My trouble is not wanting to post something new that might reprise something old! Very many thanks.
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          Eric Brewer May 20 '13 at 06:08 PM
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          I just had somebody comment on a post I made a month ago... I know it was a lengthy post, and I'd like to review it so I can carry on an informed dialogue with this person.
          What the heck? I know they keep comments posted as long as they'd like, so why does LinkedIn do it this way? It's incredibly frustrating.
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            Donna Neumann Jul 25 '13 at 05:26 PM
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            If you have LinkedIn as part of your Hootsuite account, your outbound LI posts show up there.
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              Nathaniel Forbes Aug 01 '13 at 06:30 AM
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              I found this in another discussion on the same question. It worked for me as of 1 August 2013:
              http://www.linkedin.com/updates?view=my&trk=sgnl-0-tools-my
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                Margaret A Ost Aug 01 '13 at 06:31 AM
                It works! Thanks!
                Clay Stevens Jan 16 at 07:37 AM
                this link does not work anymore! :|
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                Leniel Macaferi Jan 21 at 10:48 PM
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                  Clay Stevens Jan 22 at 09:25 AM
                  I still see everyone's updates. your "typeFilter" is set to both 'ALL' and then "Time&typeFilter" is set to 'MYUPDATE'.

                  Try
                  http://www.linkedin.com/nhome/?#orderBy=Time&typeFilter=MYUPDATE

                  but then that is the same as using the drop down menu and choosing "Your Updates."
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                  Charles Caro Apr 06 '13 at 04:28 PM
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                  Unfortunately, the *best* you are going to be able to view is your activity for just over the past two (2) weeks because LinkedIn does not store updates beyond just over two (2) weeks.

                  The best place to view your activity updates is by using the "Signal" feature, which is accessed by clicking the "Signal" link found on the "News" link found at the top of every LinkedIn webpage.
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                    Ric Larson Sep 02 '13 at 02:06 AM
                    Not seeing "News" at the top of my page...
                    Margaret A Ost Sep 02 '13 at 05:35 AM
                    SIGNAL no longer exists. You can look on your PROFILE page to see what you posted in the recent past.
                    Margaret A Ost Sep 02 '13 at 05:36 AM
                    I found this in another discussion on the same question. It worked for me as of 1 August 2013:
                    http://www.linkedin.com/updates?view=my&trk=sgnl-0-tools-my
                    Christine Healey Sep 02 '13 at 08:39 AM
                    Thank you, Margaret. The link works for me, too, but I can't work out how to get there using the links provided on my home page(s). Can you help?
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                    Todd Donald May 06 '13 at 08:26 PM
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                    I too was trying to find a post and learned that I could only see 2 weeks worth of them... This is very odd indeed. What happens to the old posts? Why would LinkedIn only store them for 2 weeks? I even looked at the Upgrade page, but don't see a way to upgrade to a solution that keeps posts for longer - actually they don't even mention anywhere in plain site that the posts only show up for 2 weeks.
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                      Margaret A Ost May 06 '13 at 08:52 PM
                      You can save them as you go in your own non-LinkedIn documents as a fix.
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