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# Request to Add a Button

I think it would be nice if on the page for viewing a problem, there was a button to return to the "Best of" page for that topic, as that would be more convenient than going home and then going to the "Best of" page again. Actually, it would be nice if we could just return to the page with the same tag as the problem just viewed. What do you guys think?

Note by Tanishq Aggarwal
4 years, 1 month ago

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Yes, it would be more convenient. But you can do that by clicking on the 'back' button of your browser. You know that, right? :)

When I see a problem that I like on the "best of x" feed, I open that problem in a new tab of my browser. When I'm done solving it, I close that tab. That way, I always have the "best of x" page open and I don't even have to scroll from the beginning every time I'm done with a problem.

- 4 years, 1 month ago