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How do favorite questions work?

I'm new to Stack OverFlow.

Is there any way to bookmark and organize questions into my account, so I can review them later (I will need them later on without search)?

I have not yet gotten a minimum 15 reputations to vote up, so I don't know yet, if questions I voted up are recorded in my account for later viewing.

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marked as duplicate by Al E., Martijn Pieters, AakashM, jonsca, Pops Sep 26 '12 at 13:55

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You can make the questions you like the most as your favorite ones by clicking the star symbol down under the question voting. So, on your profile you have a column called favorites where you can view them again. – Mahesh Jun 24 '11 at 3:32
This question has been asked many times.. You can search those questions – Stuti Jun 24 '11 at 12:16
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  • You can favorite a message (by clicking the star) to bookmark it.
  • There is a running history in your Profile of questions you've asked and answered. In addition, you can switch to the Activity tab to see those you interacted with (voted, commented, etc).
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Yes, use the favorites feature. (The little star under the vote counts). You can view all your favorites under your profile.

ALSO, please keep questions on stackoverflow directed towards programming and like subjects. Questions about the way the stack exchange sites work should be on

Edit: Link to the FAQ for good measure. Since you're new around here it might be a good read and help you get situated.

PS Welcome to the community.

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