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Usage of forum: How to find the threads where I commented on and my bookmarks

Mumrel
New Contributor III

Hi quick questions,

1) the other day I commented on a thread and cannot find it. Is there a feature to find all my posts? I cannot find it under my profile.

2) I find interesting threads and want to watch (in the sense: email me when updates occure) them or at least bookmark them, so that I can check them manually later.

I found the bookmark feature, but I have not found the place where I can see and manage all my bookmarks?!

Thanks and regards

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Anonymous
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@Jan St.​ :

Hi, thanks for your question.

1) Apologize for this, for now our platform does not support this feature. But the good news is, it will soon be supported in another month

2)For now, what you can do is to UPVOTE a post whenever you find a post that interests you and you would get all the notifications from the post as and when there is an activity on it

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Anonymous
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@Jan St.​ :

Hi, thanks for your question.

1) Apologize for this, for now our platform does not support this feature. But the good news is, it will soon be supported in another month

2)For now, what you can do is to UPVOTE a post whenever you find a post that interests you and you would get all the notifications from the post as and when there is an activity on it

Mumrel
New Contributor III

I also discovered that it seems that I can see a list of all my posts when I visit https://community.databricks.com/s/start-discussion

Mumrel
New Contributor III

Hi @Suteja Kanuri​  thanks for the feedback and the workaround :-).

Anonymous
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