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Greetings all, I've been scouring the forums a lot recently while I wait for my printer to ship. I have seen tons of really good posts, but sometimes when I go back to find them I can't find them using the search function. I don't think my search skills are that poor, but maybe I'm just better with other search engines. Even if I can remember who started the topic or who posted the information I need, going back to their profile to see all of their recent posts often only yields post that are newer than what I need.

I was wondering if there was a way to bookmark forum topics that one likes and then to see a list of those bookmarked topics on ones' profile. Currently I'm either saving threads to my desktop and organizing them there or I am emailing myself links to threads that I might need to reference in the future.

 

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You can follow a topic by clicking the gray button that says "Follow topic" right above the blue "Reply to this topic" button. You will then find those topics by clicking on your name in the top right of the page and selecting "Content I Follow" in the drop down menu.

 

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Drrr, I feel silly. Thanks! I have been checking the Follow button for articles I found interesting hoping I could actively search through them later. I was looking for a way to retrieve them and didn't see that obvious option :lol: I'm glad to see my big list was just waiting for me.

 

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