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How do you watch questions in Stack Overflow?

Is there a way to watch a question on Stackoverflow. Would be easier to track if there are any updates, answers or comments to it. Right now, I can only tag them as favorites and come back to check their status in the future. Would be great to get notified instead.

Either the option exists or there is a reason why it was never implemented. If none of this reasons hold true, this could be a nice to have feature.

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migrated from Jan 27 '13 at 7:54

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marked as duplicate by Mat, Bo Persson, Shawn Chin, Manishearth, Martijn Pieters Jan 27 '13 at 12:07

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

If you have Stack Exchange Notifier you are notified from every comment in reply to you, or any answer added to your questions. As for watching a specific question (so also one that you did not ask personally), I usually add them to Google feeds so that I am notified of every change.

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The answer is obvious, the Site works best when your online browsing and reading/answering questions and not looking in email waiting to be notified.

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