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Is there a provision so that the questions that one marks as favorites be available for his own reference as a list? If one marks a question as favorite it is usually because he/she finds it interesting and would want to refer to it from time to time.

Is this functionality already available? Or if, as is probable, I am missing out on something, please let me know.

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Here is the list of the questions you have marked as favorites.

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@RedDwight: Yes i could see that list but does it contain all the entries marked as favs till date? Actually I was pretty sure I had marked a few Q's as favs and today while looking up I couldnt find them there. – Alok Save Nov 4 '10 at 11:47
That's probably because the titles of the questions have been edited since you marked them as favorites. – ЯegDwight Nov 4 '10 at 11:50
ahh....:( seems like all hard work undone! Title editions on Favs should be taken care..shouldn't they? – Alok Save Nov 4 '10 at 15:28

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