Warning: This feature was discontinued on February 1, 2017. Its functionality has been replaced by saved searches.
With a Gold account you can subscribe to a group of tag searches. A background process runs once per day to refresh your tag subscriptions providing you a listing of the 200 most recent posts matching your searches. You can think of a tag subscription as a bookmark to a tag search, but coupled with the full power of Danbooru's tag query engine.
You can create up to five groups and each group can have up to 20 searches. Any search that works in the post listing will work with tag subscriptions, which means any metatag will work. You can even create tag subscriptions based on other people's tag subscriptions.
You can search your own tag subscriptions using the sub: metatag from the main post listing. To search for albert's tag subscriptions for example, search for sub:albert. To search albert's touhou tag subscription group, you can search for sub:albert:touhou. Because the posts are rendered through the main listing, you can also view the Atom feed, the Piclens feed, and all API calls will work as expected. And like any other metatag, you can combine it with other tags (to a degree).
Each search should go on a separate line. So if you put two tags on the same line, it will only match posts with both those tags. But if you put two tags on separate lines, it will match posts with either of the two tags.
To edit your tag subscriptions, visit your tag subscriptions page.