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How do favorite questions work?

Suppose someone asks an interesting question, and I want to get notified about answers or comments it receives, even though I am just a "viewer" of this question, and not a "contributor."

How can I do it?

Alternatively, can I make a "bookmarks list" of questions as part of my user profile?

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF, Pops, slugster, kiamlaluno, jadarnel27 Jul 2 '12 at 15:47

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Check this out You may like it. An elegant Solution of how you can get notifications on a question. – blunderboy Mar 15 '14 at 9:02
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For answers notification, you could subscribe question into your favorite feed reader.


When you browse a question, there is "Subscribe to this page" button on the address bar.

For bookmark, there is star icon under vote buttons, you just click it, make it gold.

You can see the list later on under your profile

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