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Otherwise, what is the use of marking a question as a favorite?

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It's on the favorites tab of your user profile, which can be accessed via the link to your profile on every page, or directly by URL in the form of:

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In his case. – Ólafur Waage Nov 6 '09 at 12:51
Something is wrong here! He can't have 4 pages with favourites, without knowing where to find them, can he? – Ladybug Killer Nov 6 '09 at 12:56
ohh...thanks. i kept on marking questions as favorites. Today I needed to look at one of them and I couldn't find it! I've found it now. – Lazer Nov 6 '09 at 13:00
@John apparently he can. – Ólafur Waage Nov 6 '09 at 13:04
Perhaps he confused upvoting and marking as a favourite. – Ether Nov 11 '09 at 23:38
Don't forget that your favorites are "publicly visible". This sounds like a privacy issue. – Myobis Feb 27 '14 at 11:21
@Myobis - I think I can see what you're driving at here, but is it a serious issue? – ChrisF Feb 27 '14 at 11:31
Serious enough that he would bother you in an answer that was posted 4 years ago (barring the edit as it didn't really change a whole lot about your answer). – BoltClock's a Unicorn Feb 27 '14 at 11:32
@ChrisF - Just noticed that my concern was already discussed as a distinct question. From me, it was just a remark but some people have apparently made a personal mission of this! – Myobis Feb 27 '14 at 22:09
I clicked on my profile, clicked the "profile" tab, and didn't find it. Thanks for including the direct link. I'd say "In the activities tab of your user profile, it's on the favorites tab". – Noumenon Mar 21 at 20:20

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