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Is it possible to monitor questions without giving an answer to them and get notified of new answers or list them on my profile page or a dedicated sub-page. I sometimes find interesting question, which I myself cannot answer but want to know what others say about it. I know, I can always pollute my browser favourites, but I think such a feature would be quite useful, if not already there.

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You can "favourite" a question by clicking on the star underneath the vote up/down counters. The star will turn yellow and show a number underneath of how many people have favourited the question. The favourites will then appear on a profile tab.

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but his request is , if those favourite questions been answered, then their should be some notification . – damodar May 14 '11 at 13:25
@Damodar When it shows on a dedicated page, I'm actually quite satisfied. But notification could be a future feature. – Christian Rau May 14 '11 at 14:05
There is a notification when "favorite" questions are answered. The Favorites tab in your user profile has a numerical indicator. In the wee olden days, the envelope used to light up, but that's long-gone now. – Cody Gray May 14 '11 at 14:57
Oh yes, I just noticed that. Now I'm really satisfied, as the whole feature is there and I just couldn't seem to find it. – Christian Rau May 14 '11 at 16:32

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