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Is there a way to 'follow' any question asked at Stack Overflow? By follow I mean get notifications when relevant events have occurred regarding a specific question, e.g. a new answer was poster, editor changed the question formulation or an answer was accepted.

Quite often I find myself browsing through questions, encountering a few I do not know the answer to, but would like to find out. But the next time I log in, the questions are far gone from 'Top questions', and I can only find the using the search functionality - in which case I must remember all those questions I wanted the answer to - not likely.

I can't seem to find any similar feature. If there indeed is none, could this perhaps be considered as a feature request?

marked as duplicate by Lance Roberts, The Unhandled Exception, kiamlaluno, Robert Cartaino Oct 25 '11 at 15:01

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There's an RSS feed for each question e.g. https://stackoverflow.com/feeds/question/7877351

Use a decent reader on your mobile device to get push notifications.

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    This is exactly what I was looking for. However, Matt Ball's answer is also good, depending on what you're after. – Alexander Olsson Oct 24 '11 at 14:53

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