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tag a particular thread for future reference

 
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Hello,

Isn't there a way I could tag a particular thread for future reference. Suppose I liked a thread and by chance I forget something that was written, then I could go and view my tagged threads for reference. Like in Google Groups.

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vijay.
 
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Try "Control-D".
 
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With other words, you will have to use your browser's bookmark/favorites feature, as our forum software doesn't have such a feature.
 
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Originally posted by Ernest Friedman-Hill:
Try "Control-D".


Oooh, moderator 'tude. Dat's de woist.
 
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I use del.icio.us
 
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