Confluence 4.1: How exactly does "dynamically removing entries from [favourites] page" work?

The Confluence 4.1 release notes include in section 9 (Other Improvements) the following information (italics by myself):

You'll now see a newly named and cleaner Favourites tab in your personal space. Additionally, the list of favourites is now paginated and dynamically removes entries from that page.

I don't understand what is meant with the last sentence, and I haven't found anything more specific in the documentation on favourites. Does it mean, that favourites that haven't been accessed for a long time are removed? If so, how old do the favourites have to be for this to happen?

Thanks!

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Hallo Andreas

Good point! I've updated the release notes to clarify the bit about dynamism. :) It just means that you can click the stars to remove a favourite. That's new on that particular tab. Until Confluence 4.1, you had to go to the page itself or the dashboard to remove the favourite label.

The documentation has not been updated, and it should have been. I've logged a task on our issue tracker, and we'll get to it as soon as we can: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-25105

Cheers, Sarah

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