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How do favorite questions work?

I don't know if a bookmarking feature is available already. Sometimes I come across a question (not necessarily my own), and would like to bookmark it/put it on a watch list so I can follow its progress.

I could use my browser's bookmark feature, but it'd be a lot tidier if Stack Overflow could handle it. That way, the list would be available on any computer I use.

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@Robo questions about SO itself belong on meta.stackoverflow.com. And yes, the "Star icon" to the left of a question will add it to the "Favorites" tab on your user page. – Rex M Sep 28 '09 at 4:36
    
I've suggested to rename favorites to bookmarks to avoid confusion at meta.stackexchange.com/a/97315/163139 – Michael Freidgeim Jun 23 '12 at 20:03

Belongs on meta.stackoverflow.com, but yes, you can click the star under the vote total.

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Damn, beaten! :P – Nick Sep 28 '09 at 4:36
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Seems like a bit of a hack... – Josh Hunt Sep 28 '09 at 8:41

Click the Favourite (star) icon under the voting control.

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