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How do favorite questions work?

Some questions are also my problems, so I marked it as favorited, but after that, I dont know where to find those problems?

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marked as duplicate by Shog9 Sep 3 '12 at 3:05

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you mean Favorited question ? – Lucifer Sep 3 '12 at 2:13
see your marked(favorited). – Lucifer Sep 3 '12 at 2:14
Or possibly questions you upvoted? – simchona Sep 3 '12 at 2:14

As Jim answered, the only one-stop solution is your profile.

There, look at this tab header:

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It contains various information.

  • Short summary
  • Answers you have given
  • Questions you have asked
  • tags used by you
  • badges you awarded
  • favorited questions
  • bounties you offered
  • reputation history (date-timewise)
  • activity (upvote,downvote, close, suggested edit, revision etc.)

So, by looking at your profile you can have your answer for "marked" question.

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If by "marked" you mean Favorites, then it is in your profile.

If by "marked" you mean accepted an answer, then it is in your profile.

If by "marked" you mean voted up, then it is in your profile.

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