We can of course calculate that manually, it will take some time depending on how many answers the particular user has provided.

But can it still be done without manual calculation in lesser time? Are there any such search tricks available?

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Yes. You can find them.

Observe Advanced Search Tips at the right side while searching:

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In search box, type user:{your user id or someone whom you want to know} isaccepted:true .You can know your user id from your url


Your user id is 4732

isaccepted is boolean which you have to set yes/true/1, if you want to know a user's answers that have been marked "accepted".

So, in search section (or at right top search bar) you have to type, user:4732 isaccepted:true. It will give all answers of you which are marked as accepted.

I have searched it and 164 answers are marked as accepted. You can visit this url.

For more shortcuts, visit help page.

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    Wow this is really smart.. How did u learn all these tricks?
    – Rickross
    Commented Sep 3, 2017 at 10:45
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    @Rickross i know some of these shortcuts through help center topics and Meta SE posts.
    – The Destroyer Mod
    Commented Sep 3, 2017 at 10:51
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    @The Destroyer - WOW , Superb functions. Excellent answer. Just seen mine :) Commented Sep 20, 2017 at 15:24

Yes, there is a related data query on data.stackexchange. The query name is

This gives the Link to your profile, Number of answers and number of accepted answers. (This excludes self answers).

There is also another query

Using this query, you can check your accepted answer percentage.

  • Note that SEDE updates interval is a week.
    – Pandya Mod
    Commented Sep 3, 2017 at 11:46
  • @Pandya Whoa! that is not very fast. But the current data is updated today. I also thought of adding search function but TheDestroyer added in the post. So, I removed that part and gave SEDE Commented Sep 4, 2017 at 9:10
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    Nice find. Keep it Up.:) Commented Sep 20, 2017 at 15:24

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