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    Whats new forum RSS feed

    Does Edugeek have a RSS feed for the whats new forum?

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    What's New isn't a forum, it a search which gets ran when you click on it, so I don't think you could 'feedise' that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    What's New isn't a forum, it a search which gets ran when you click on it, so I don't think you could 'feedise' that.
    Why? It runs a search and spits out the result. The format of that result is moot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    Why? It runs a search and spits out the result. The format of that result is moot.
    Because searches don't have RSS features in vBulletin as far as I know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    Because searches don't have RSS features in vBulletin as far as I know!
    No, they don't, but that's not the point. You asserted that you couldn't turn a search into a feed; I don't see why.

    Anyway, feature requests have historically fallen on total silence, so feeds of normal searches or "what's new" probably won't ever happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    No, they don't, but that's not the point. You asserted that you couldn't turn a search into a feed; I don't see why.

    Anyway, feature requests have historically fallen on total silence, so feeds of normal searches or "what's new" probably won't ever happen.
    Remember to read things in context...

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    I have used other forums with a 'whats new' with RSS.

    Ok what I want is a join all feeds so I don't have to go in and out selecting all the feeds. Not a very big issue but doing this on my phone so would be a handy thing.

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    I will wait for shaun who will be able to say for sure. but then maybe I am being daft but surely whats new just gives latest posts you have not read from edugeek. So why not just put standard rss feed in then as your reader will tell you if you read a item or not. Does that make sense?

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