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if not, there should be a way such as, "Add to Favorite" or Marks as Fav. So we can later see our favorite questions and answers.

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possible duplicate of How to save Stack Overflow questions in my favourites list? – Tobias Kienzler Sep 15 '10 at 11:48

you can mark a question favourite by clicking on a star. There isn't a way to favourite an answer as far as I know.

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Note the star icon next to each question. That's exactly what you're asking for.

You can see all your favorites in your profile, in the "favorites" tab.

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There is. Click on your name at the top of the page, then click "favorites". You'll see a list of all your questions that you've marked as favourite.

To mark a question as a favourite, however, click the star below the score.

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