Not sure if this can be done or has been suggested already. I did a search and did not come across any other idea like this.
It would be useful when you want to update to a later version of forge (e.g. 47.x.y to 47.x.z) so you know if the mod will work with that exact version or not.
Other way to look at it is that you can look at the mods in your pack and see that the highest version you can go to is 47.1.21 as X mod does not support a high version of forge. This way you are not having to constantly try to work out what the highest version of forge or the mod is that you can run with version x.y.z.
Understand that there is a x.y version option when searching for mods but this i not what I mean.
It would be very handy on both website and CurseForge apps (in the profile page and add more content) to be honest.
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