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# A Way to Save "Favorite Questions"

I have been doing Brilliant problems for a long time and very frequently I come across one that I really like that has a nice, elegant solution. I think it would be great if Brilliant could implement some functionality to allow users to cache certain problems that they enjoy for future reference or whatnot.

Also, I am the vice president and soon to be president of our school's Math Club and sometimes I like to share Brilliant problems that were really interesting or unique in some way.

What do you guys think?

4 years, 2 months ago

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I agree! It would be nice to be able to easily access "favorites". Maybe they could even show up on a user's profile page?

- 4 years, 2 months ago