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How do favorite questions work?

Sometimes I come across questions that are interesting and I would like to track them for new answers/updates. Is there a way/setting to do this?

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migrated from Dec 26 '09 at 6:56

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marked as duplicate by Al E., jonsca, animuson, ЯegDwight, Toon Krijthe Oct 11 '12 at 6:25

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Hey @Krishna. According to the FAQ ( this question would best be asked on since it is about the site, but not about programming. – Doug Neiner Dec 26 '09 at 6:54
This should be asked in meta. But you can "favorite" a question by clicking the star icon on the left. – danben Dec 26 '09 at 6:54

This is going to Meta, but you could use the RSS feeds:
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An email notification would have been nice. – Sathya Dec 27 '09 at 5:24
I wish there were a far easier way. I'm not sure what to do with an RSS feed. Can I turn it into a convenient email alert that tells me when there has been new activity on a question? – Ryan Jun 25 '12 at 16:53

You can make them a 'favorite' by click on the star below the vote count.

Then you can revisit the question at a later time.

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