In Ask Ubuntu, I often find questions which seem interesting or useful. I know that you could bookmark them to remember that you visited them, but you don't want to bookmark EVERY question you find. Or sometimes, you may forget to bookmark the question and can't find it again. So, I have a request for question history. A tab, perhaps, where you can see the history of all the questions you have visited. Would this be useful? I think so.

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    Your web-browser has this feature. – pomsky Jan 29 at 7:17
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    If you found them useful, then you should upvote them. And there you have your history. – muru Jan 29 at 8:05
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    I agree with the previous comments. Adding the history of every page we visit will not be useful at all. I visit a lot of Q&A questions for example, not because of interest, but to make sure if they need editing or improvement. If you want to keep track of posts you find interesting, as @muru mentioned, you can (and should!) upvote them. Then you can check your upvote history in your profile: askubuntu.com/users/current?tab=votes – Dan Jan 29 at 11:59
  • In addition to upvoting, you can either "Follow" or "Bookmark" certain questions that are particularly interesting for you. I use this feature to bookmark questions I might revisit in the future. – Artur Meinild Feb 12 at 12:44

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