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Is it possible to mark questions as personal bookmarks on my profile page?

A list of my own questions is displayed but I wonder how I can add other interesting questions I would like to remember!?

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    You could add to favorites with the star below the up- and downvoting arrows. Does this solve it for you? – Count Zero Aug 8 '12 at 12:49
  • Yes, partially. Partially because by starring a question I necessarily suggest to others that the question is interesting (which it might not be in general, thus producing a misleading bias in the "star rating"). I would think that starred questions should be only those which are of special general interest. Another point: It would be convenient to be able to mark particular answers. Example: I wanted to mark tex.stackexchange.com/a/7877/16865 for later attention. though I would doubt that the original question of this thread is of major general interest. – lpdbw Aug 8 '12 at 13:03
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    Personally I wouldn't be concerned about the bias introduced by you starring a question. I rather interpret starring a question as being very valuable to a particular user, in this case you. And IMHO that is precisely what stars are for. But of course, anyone is free to disagree. :) – Count Zero Aug 8 '12 at 14:43
  • OK, convinced! Could you please turn your comment into an answer so that I can mark it as accepted answer? – lpdbw Aug 8 '12 at 16:35
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As stated in my comment(s), marking a question as a favorite, by clicking the star below the arrows for up- or downvoting is a solution. Later these can be listed by the user. This a good system to show at the same time that the question (or an answer to it) was particularly valuable for a user.

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