According to access to moderator tools:
Viewing deleted posts
You now have privileged access to posts that have been removed, either by their authors, by users with access to moderator tools, by moderators, or by the system.
Use this privilege wisely:
- Make sure what is being deleted should have been deleted, and bring unnecessary or harmful deletions to the attention of the community and/or moderator team.
- Watch for signs of abuse being obscured by deletion.
- Don't abuse this privilege to stir up trouble when someone has wisely decided to remove a problematic post.
You also have a new search operator available to find your own deleted posts:
The key words are in the final paragraph: to find your own deleted posts. Why is this limited to your own posts? Given that the whole point in seeing deleted posts is to ensure the feature is being used correctly, as delineated in the preceding paragraphs, shouldn’t you be able to use
deleted:1 to see all deleted posts, and then follow it up with, say,
user:me to see your own?
This would have the added benefit that if there’s a problematic user with the ID
user:x, you could search
deleted:1 user:x and see how much trouble they’re stirring up behind the scenes.