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I have favourited lots of question and every time I want to view some question I need to search for that question, which is really annoying. It's difficult to remember the keywords and the exact question I am looking for.

I want to suggest adding a feature which allows you to search any question from your list of favourited questions from a textbox (much like google autocomplete) or have some folder like structure to manage it.

I work on Javascript, jQuery, MySQL, PHP and lately Python and it is difficult to manage these questions.

Update: I still feel that this feature could still improve,rather than having a different page for it,it would be very convinient for evry single user to just click the favourites menu tab and have an autocomplete feature to the search bar.much like google.

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marked as duplicate by hims056, ben is uǝq backwards, Undo, Eliah Kagan, yhw42 Sep 7 '13 at 1:51

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"How do I approach the SO folks to add this feature on their site?" - you just did. –  Oded Sep 6 '13 at 11:49
    
I've edited your question to be a feature-request instead; this is the right place to post such requests. –  Martijn Pieters Sep 6 '13 at 11:55
    
@MartijnPieters:thank you.. –  Vagabond Sep 6 '13 at 11:56
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You can already search in just your favorited questions.

In the search-box, add infavorites:mine to the search criteria, plus whatever keywords you were looking for. You can add tags by putting the tagname in square brackets:

infavorites:mine [python] 

will list all favorites with the tag, for example.

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but i think It would be better if we can have it on the same page... –  Vagabond Sep 6 '13 at 12:22
    
@martijn I believe the second example of the search should be the same as the first ("infavorites"). –  chue x Sep 6 '13 at 12:32
    
favorites:mine [python] should be infavorites:mine [python]. I suggested an edit but it was too insignificant, so it was rejected. –  chue x Sep 6 '13 at 12:36
    
@chuex: right, yes, that's a typo on my part. –  Martijn Pieters Sep 6 '13 at 12:36
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