Each user page (e.g., mine) has four tabs, one of which is marked 'Following'. It Would Be Convenient to list here the issues which the user is watching. (Alternatively, you could add a separate tab=Watching but that seems like clutter--YMMV.)
If you're looking for a list of the issues you are watching, that can be found here: https://bitbucket.org/dashboard/issues/watching. If you're curious about the issues that other users are watching, we don't currently expose that information anywhere (including on the issue itself), and I don't think we have any plans to start. If this is what you're after, can you provide a use case so we can better evaluate the suggestion?
Zach Davis https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issue/7559/userpage-add-watched-issues-to-user-tab#comment-4768671
> If you're looking for a list of the issues you are watching, that can be found here: https://bitbucket.org/dashboard/issues/watching
Thanks, but I had no clue to the existence of the dashboard. Should there not be some link from one's userpage to one's dashboard? E.g., could there not be, on the user's page, a tab=Dashboard that only shows when the current-session login ID == ID of the user's page?