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Is there any way I can bookmark the favorite post of mine?

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You should be able to bookmark posts the same way you would any other page. On most browsers, you'd use control-D. Does that not work for you?
 
Prabhu Venkatachalam
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I know how to bookmark in browser. I am asking is there any way in JavaRanch to do that?

so that when ever I login with my user/pass, I get link to see my bookmark like "recent posts".

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Jim Yingst
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No, there isn't.
 
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Community bookmarking would be a good feature for javaranch indeed.
 
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If you have certain threads that you want to draw other peoples attention to (because they contain noteworthy content), by all means add links to them to any of our FAQ pages. They're part of a wiki, so everybody can edit them. If you have trouble doing this, or are hesitant because you're afraid of messing around with the FAQ content, send them to one of the moderators and they'll put it in there.
 
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That is excellent Idea.

Thanks Ulf.
 
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