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Questions at askubuntu are answered from a voluntary community, so there is no ticket system that reminds people to answer questions.
It happens that questions are replaced by newer ones and people will oversee them even if they are good, because most wont scroll down a lot or even visit the next page(s).
That happens e.g. if they are posted on Sunday ...
It's the this year's April Fool :-)
When viewing the page source, you get a hint:
HAPPY APRIL FOOL'S FROM STACK OVERFLOW
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User nickname is changeable and not necessarily unique, you need to use the unique numerical code associated to a user. So try user:573838. Alternatively, for self-posts, you can also use user:me.
Also in order to find your questions with an answer you may use answers:1 (in general answers:n for questions with at least n answers). So simply search with user:...
I would normally get there by Googling stand-out phrases in quotation marks, but that's messy and relies on those phrases still being there when Google reads it. At least it's fast, but in this case, not accurate enough.
Found a "better" way. Slower but cleaner. You can look up posts by revision GUID on Data.SE using the following query:
SELECT PostId as [...
We get a lot of questions on AU, so aside from giving as much information as you can which is nicely covered by the help page
How do I ask a good question?
it’s also very important to present your question in the right way – through proper formatting:
How do I format my posts using Markdown or HTML?
These help pages shows how you can format ...
To add to Zanna's answer, since we are <10k rep users, what I usually do is filter the Close Votes queue to certain criteria of a question I want to vote on.
If I take this question as an example: console command or Putty not working "Access denied" in Ubuntu 17
Clicking the close button, I can see that the question is being closed as unclear ...
I'd prefer that too :/
Unfortunately, only mods can do that.
See this feature request on Meta Stack Exchange.
When I want to find the review of a post, I look at the review history page and scroll through the recent pages to find the post I want (Ctrl+F is helpful), but this page only shows the history of reviews by everyone to users who have >10k ...
To add to Kos' answer, if you select the Electorate badge as your next tracked badge and then click on it you will get the following dropdown which makes it a lot clearer that you have two conditions you have to have met at the same time. It also tracks both of them separately.