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Greetings fellow monks,

I was just would be nice to be able to be notified of updates to threads of your choosing. Currently, it's possible to manually watch newest nodes for the node title, but that breaks because the author of a reply has the power to change the title on her node to be completely unrelated to the original. The update could be similar in nature to when someone replies to one of your own nodes; you'd just get a little personal message in the chatterbox. I don't even know if this is original, but I thought it might be useful. What does everyone think?


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