Now that my list of "Favorite" questions has spilled onto a second page, I have run into a problem.
I cannot see all my Favorites in a single glance. In addition, because of the large volume, I often cannot remember why I marked some of these as favorites to begin with.
It would be helpful to be able to enter a short text description for each favorite question.
This could be a nice, simple multipurpose solution:
- When reviewing or tracking changes, could use something like "REVIEW"
- When trying to remember to go back to a long Q/A, could use something like "READ LATER"
- When doing research on the topic of RDP command line parameters, could use something like "RDP Project"
Descriptions would be left blank initially, and users can continue to mark a favorite question with a single click. Descriptions could be edited later on the "Favorites" tab.
Currently, Favorites can be sorted by "votes", "recent", "newest", and "added". An additional option to sort by "description" would also be necessary.
The answers received so far have been helpful, but I am looking for more than simple search. I would like the ability to tag each Favorite with the reason I saved it as a Favorite in the first place. The reason for selection is usually my own, and is often not found as text anywhere in the Q/A.
The current UI is lacking this feature, and I have found myself keeping a list of "Favorites" in a text file on my computer. This is rather inconvenient, as I access SE from several computers throughout the week.