# Bookmarks somehow?

Happens all the time I have something to say about a question I saw earlier, and I have a hard time finding it again. Is there a way to bookmark questions while browsing, so a guy can get back to them later?

• well you have favorites but if your favorite list becomes long. it's not always easy to find them again. – Surb Jun 25 '15 at 18:08
• See meta.stackexchange.com/questions/53585/… for the details of the feature. – quid Jun 25 '15 at 18:11
• I'd say hi, thanks. But suddenly I'm no longer qualified to even speak to you, measly 1043. heh... – David C. Ullrich Jun 25 '15 at 23:17
• I use the bookmark of the browser to remember a page to visit later. I only use the "favorite star" of SE when the question is truely interesting. – achille hui Jun 26 '15 at 8:49
• @David C.Ullrich: I am not sure to whom your comment was addressed. But you can use pings of the form @username to make sure that your comment will be seen by the user. If needed, you can find more detailed explanation how they work in the links given here or in the post on meta tagged comment-replies. – Martin Sleziak Jun 27 '15 at 10:21
• I am also a bit curious by your comment: "I'm no longer qualified to even speak to you." I do not know what you meant by that. But if you have problems using some features of the site, I suppose other users will be glad to help if you ask on meta, in chat or in comments to the post where you encountered the problem. – Martin Sleziak Jun 27 '15 at 10:24
• @MartinSleziak It was just a semi-private little joke, sorry. Some years ago a lot of the big shots here were part of the unofficial council of elders on sci.math, as was I. So back then I'd get some sort of grudging respect over there. Now I'm new here, all those guys got here years ago, so the rep system makes me officially just one of the village idiots. (No, not really - that's just what the joke was.) – David C. Ullrich Jun 27 '15 at 16:16
• I am pretty sure that there is plenty of people round hear who recognize your name from sci.math. – Martin Sleziak Jun 27 '15 at 16:44
• Yes. That's why it was a joke... sorry to waste your time on the confusion. – David C. Ullrich Jun 27 '15 at 16:45