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How do I save or "bookmark" community threads?

I would like to bookmark or flag certain disucssions in the community that I find helpful.  I see that I can "LIKE" something, but cannot find the way to return to items that I've liked via my profile.  What am I missing? Thanks for the help.  

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Jack Brickey Community Leader Nov 14, 2020

I have had this on my wish list for a long time now. The concept has been discussed but no development kicked off as yet. While one could us a tag for this...please don't. We already have an unmanageable ever growing list of tags. Some folks have used external means of capturing these, e.g. a Confluence page where you drop in links. A table works well for this: Link | Description | Notes.

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As Jack said - it's something a lot of people have said is needed.  I've had a brief exchange with one of the Atlassian developers - link below if you're interested in having a read, so maybe in the future.

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Interesting topic, currently I can only save and classify through the browser favorites, if there are other good ways, please let me know.

Hi @Thomas Duckett,

You can Watch many things in the community.

Then, you can find a list of all the things you're watching from your settings:

  • Click on your profile picture
  • Select Manage Settings

If you are doing this very actively, it is a good idea to do some housekeeping there and clear out some of the stuff you no longer want on your radar.

On top of that, I personally use my browser bookmarks as well to keep placeholders to some very specific pages that I frequently visit.

And while you're in the settings anyway - do have a look at the general settings and notifications frequencies as well. Some really useful tweaks about notifications there too!

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