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How do favorite questions work?

Stack Overflow has a feature that you can star whatever questions you like, but how can I find my starred questions and their answers? Where is it?

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    Make sure to sign up on Meta, you can post questions like this there. Check the bottom of the page for the link. – Feanor Jun 19 '10 at 3:29
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    Just marked this question as a favourite. Only after did I realize the catch 22 :) – MoonLite Mar 7 '17 at 13:22
  • This is a pressing issue. Someone needs to address this urgent question. – Seth Simba Jan 16 '18 at 9:29

Look on your profile page under Favorites.

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    Link – Michael Mrozek Jun 19 '10 at 3:34
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    I can confirm that the feature is done poorly. Within my profile that tab had the selection border on by default. This is what led me to search for an answer instead of clicking on it. Sorting by newest still shows random dates and the latest starred question is not listed... – Ben Racicot Jan 23 '16 at 22:03
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    Here are YOUR favorites (yes, you dear user, reading this now): stackexchange.com/users/current?tab=favorites – mwfearnley May 21 '18 at 12:03
  • @BenRacicot You need to sort by added (?tab=favorites&sort=added) to see your latest starred questions. – ricardopereira Aug 8 '18 at 8:37
  • @mwfearnley ty my captain. i just wondered, why i wasnt able to find this when accessing the site from my mobile phone. – LuckyLikey Apr 10 at 16:18
  • literally i can't find the favorites under the profile tab – xpioneer May 14 at 6:14
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    Would this be considered recursion if I starred this question? – Isaac Pak May 18 at 18:53

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