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Bookmarking threads is a fun way to have your favorite topics easily accessible at the top of your page on the menu bar.
When you click on any board or sub-board you will see three buttons in the right upper hand corner which say Select, Actions, Search.
If you hover your mouse on top of the thread title you want, a small square box will appear that will allow you to check it. You can repeat this action for any thread on the same board that you want bookmarked. Now click on the down arrow on the Actions box, and a drop down menu will pop up. Click on the Bookmark option and the book mark icon will appear next to each thread you just bookmarked.
A link to your bookmarks will also show up on the top menu bar before the Messages link. Click this link to access all your favorite threads in one spot instead of scrolling up and down the whole board.
If you want to remove a bookmark, just click on the check box next to the thread title, and then on the down arrow on the Actions box and choose the Remove Bookmark option.
It's pretty simple, and especially on a large forum with a lot of topics, this is a great way to access your favorite threads. I use this a lot on the PB Support Board where there are like over 200,000 members and it's just massive. I would otherwise get lost in there, if it weren't for all my bookmarks, LOL.