As per the title of this question. Simply saving an interesting thread for later - how does that work on this Q&A site?

  • Not about EE. (I can only select the meta site to say it belongs on another site in the network)
    – foamcow
    Nov 20, 2014 at 7:51
  • It might seem finickity but please only post questions that relate directly to ExpressionEngine. If you need to ask general questions about StackExchange then it's probably appropriate to post in stackexchange.com
    – foamcow
    Nov 20, 2014 at 7:53
  • Disagree with the flagging of this question - let's not alienate visitors. They're EE users looking to use our little corner of the StackExchange Q&A multi-site. New users need to know how to use it - I had exactly the same problem when I first joined, albeit I googled it and found the answer elsewhere. Nov 20, 2014 at 10:31
  • There's a very definite remit for each StackExchange site so whilst I agree we don't want to alientate visitors we are also required to stick to the site's remit - in this case questions about ExpressionEngine. Incidentally there is a "Help" link top right which provides a tour of StackExchange.
    – foamcow
    Nov 20, 2014 at 10:39

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To the left of your question are two arrows to vote up or down. Beneath that is a star - click on it to bookmark the question. You can view all your bookmarks through your account page.

  • Brilliant Pete, as always!!
    – Nutmeg
    Nov 20, 2014 at 8:05

Technically this should be asked in the Meta site, where questions about StackExchange and the running of this site can be answered.


There is also a "Help" link top right which has links to useful resources, explanations of how SE works, as well as a tour of the site/system.

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