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STEP 1: Where is this myWeblogs you speak of?

myWeblogs is accessible from within the weblogs section of SDN. Simply click on the Weblogs tab and look for the myWeblogs link.

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STEP 2: Subscribe to the newsletter

Once inside myWeblogs, click on the Recommended tab. This tab lists the weblogs that are recommended to you. Look for the image icon if you want to receive a weekly digest of the 10 most interesting weblogs of that week; or for the image icon if you want to be alerted as soon as a new interesting weblog is published.

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STEP 3: But how do you know what I like to read?

We don’t. You have to tell us. You will notice star-bars spread out throught the myWeblogs section. These are your opportunity to tell us how important/interesting that topic is to you. Rate a topic 3, 4 or 5 stars to get more weblogs about it; rate it 1 or 2 stars to see less weblogs about it.

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STEP 4: How will the newsletter look like?

The following is an example of an email alert email with 2 new recommended weblogs.

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    1. Brian Willis Post author
      Just to clarify the beta situation:

      The SAP ViewPoint technology that runs myWeblogs is production worthy at this time. The reason myWeblogs is in beta is because we feel that as a weblog reader it is still a few features short of making it the best on the face of the planet.

      We are vigorously working on adding those features at this time. We expect to come out with them sometime in early Q1. I don’t want to ruin the surprise by telling you what we have in mind… 🙂

      Until then, please remember that none of your interaction with the current version will be lost once we upgrade the section. All you ratings and email subscriptions will be preserved as they are. So please do not hesitate to use myWeblogs, even if it is in beta.

      Brian

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      1. Craig Cmehil
        If you need an extra pair of hands doing some coding just give a shout out 🙂

        Just because I’m not working for SAP doesn’t mean I can’t help right?

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        1. Brian Willis Post author
          If only things were that simple (for one, the lawyers will be all over this one). No, we’ll just have to patiently wait for Q1. Thanks for the offer though! 🙂
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