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Twitter has a nice feature to save searches so you can quickly access them quickly in the sidebar.

It would be nice to have something like that for SO/MSO/SU/SF.

Instead of having to type in my search, like

[discussion feature-request only-awesome-features]

in the search box every time, I could save them as a search preset and access them in my prefs in a tab called "Favorite searches" or something like that.

Even better, the saved searches would be available in the site's sidebar, e.g. under related tags.

EDIT: I know, the search is not the best, but searching for certain tags or groups of tags (in the syntax: [tag1 tag2 tag3]) actually works ok, IMO. That's what I want to use it for, searching for certain groups of tags.

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You can always bookmark the search page in your browser.

... and by the way, do you really use SO search? Everyone knows it sucks.

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I see what you are saying. Bookmarking basically works, but is only accessible from the machine bookmarked on, unless I use del.icio.us or something. – cschol Jul 21 '09 at 12:29
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SO's search works reasonably well for tags, or other special-purpose operators (user:, etc.). But yeah, a saved keyword search sounds about pointless. – Shog9 Oct 9 '09 at 21:37

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