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Are you looking to get the updates to the topic without actually posting to it?  And also be able to find it easier in the future?


There is a "Follow Topic" button on the right side.  You can follow and unfollow there.




And then you can click on your username at the top and find "Content I Follow" to find all topics that you are already following




steve k.


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Well kinda.  I want to be able to save/follow topics that I've searched for.


Example:  Earlier I was searching for shifter rebuild threads.  I found a couple that would be useful.  I'm looking for a way to save those, so I don't have to search all over again.  I did see the "follow" option, I clicked on it, and then went to the "content I follow" section.  I didn't see that particular thread in the list.  The only threads in my list are ones I've started or replied to.



Edit:  nevermind Steve, I see some of the threads now in the content I follow section.  Not sure why they didn't show up the first time.

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