Forum RSS Feeds?

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Is there any chance of enabling an RSS feed for posts like we had on the old forum?

Thank you,

John

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dan royer's picture

I can look into that sure.

dan royer's picture

Hi John,
Does this work for you?

Dan:

In Chrome, clicking on the RSS Feed link gets a listing of the code, not a sign up for the feed.

Joe

dan royer's picture

Hmm. you are right. I will have to figure out what's going wrong there.

dan royer's picture

Works fine in IE and Firefox. I'll investigate.

dan royer's picture

Interesting, I can't get the RSS feed to work in Chrome on the old site either. I wonder if some plugin support is needed in Chrome?

dan royer's picture

I had to add this RSS feed add on to my Chrome browser to get it to handle the feed like FF or IE.

https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/nlbjncdgjeocebhnmkbbbdekmmmc...

Thanks. I'll give it a try. Also, I like the idea of using the New Comments section instead of the filter. Seems like it disappears as a heading when all of the unread comments have been reviewed. Not sure if that's bad or if it doesn't really matter.

Joe

dan royer's picture

I can leave them both for a bit, but a regular reader will really like the new content block so i might move it up higher on the right.

Having just learned how it works I like the new content list, but it would be nice if the header remained even if there were nothing new. Perhaps a replacement comment to the effect that "You're caught up on reading."?

dan royer's picture

a test here

test tst

You've read all questions and comments!

Wow. Fast service.

dan royer's picture

Yeah, thanks for that idea! I wasn't sure I could do it, and it didn't work at first, but I finally figured out how to have a no results on the view return that text instead.