Monitor any question from any Stack Exchange site and see when it is updated!
**NOTE: PERMISSIONS WERE ADDED IN v2.2.3**
This means that you will get a popup telling you that permissions were added (see patch details) and that the extension is disabled by default. Simply go to your extension manager and re-enable.
I always disliked having to sit there and refresh a question on any of the Stack Exchange sites waiting for something to update. I would rather ask a question, go do something else, and wait to be notified of an update. StackStalker was created exactly for this purpose.
StackStalker is currently hooked up to all five participating Stack Exchange sites (StackOverflow, Meta StackOverflow, SuperUser, ServerFault, and StackApps), and will be updated to handle any new ones that may arise. To monitor a question, you must be on that question's page to have the button appear. If you wish to stop monitoring any question (but want to keep it on your list), simply click the eye. To remove a question, click the red X.
Updates are defined by an update of score, answer count, accepted answer status, question comment count, and answer count. If any of these change, StalkStalker will let you know.
v2.2.3 Patch (7/10/10):
-Added support for *.stackexchange.com (permissions update)
-Updated API to 1.0
v2.2.1 Patch (7/9/10):
-Added automatic API update handling
v2.2 Update (7/2/10):
-Fixed a bug that showed "undefined" on the add button in some instances
-If you have a question that you're following already open in a tab, clicking the link in StackStalker now navigates to that tab and refreshes the page instead of creating a new tab
-If Chrome crashes and jQuery doesn't load for some reason, now it is dynamically loaded so the extension can continue
-Minor rendering bugs, error handling improvements
v2.1.2 Patch (6/24/10):
-Updated API version to 0.9