Stick this in your pipe and read it!
Just wanted to share this with my fellow SAP Portal spacers… A recent question by Michael Nicholls prompted me to create a Yahoo Pipe that pulls together all the RSS feeds from the main SAP NetWeaver Portal space and all subspaces:
SAP NetWeaver Portal: Usability and Look & Feel
SAP NetWeaver Portal: Collaboration and Social
SAP Enterprise Portal: Application Integration
SAP NetWeaver Portal: Migration and Upgrade
SAP NetWeaver Portal: Administration and Development
SAP NetWeaver Portal: Content and Knowledge Management
You can get to the Yahoo Pipe as I have made it publicly available: http://pipes.yahoo.com/skemp/sapportalspaces
Now you can just plug this into your favourite RSS reader (the page above gives you the RSS or JSON feed) and off you go.Here is a screenshot of it running in Flipboard on my iPad
You can find out more about Yahoo Pipes here, let’s hope Yahoo hangs on long enough for this to still exist by the time you read this.. 😏 .
I know this isn’t an ideal solution… it would be great if you could easily follow all portal content using the functionality of SCN, but until that nice feature is made available (hint, hint… anyone listening 😛 ) you can hopefully use this. If you like this why not create your own and share them… I know I’d like one that pulls together all the Portal related Blog Posts into a single feed.
Hope you find this useful if you do please comment, rate, share and like this post… after all it is pay it forward month on SCN! 😆 I find your feedback really valuable so please add your thoughts below. Thanks!
*** UPDATE ***
I have created a feed just for Portal related blog posts… if you are interested in just having a channel for blog posts you can use this feed here http://pipes.yahoo.com/skemp/sapportalblogs here is the direct RSS feed
This is pretty awesome, saves us from a *lot* of clicks!
Many thanks for sharing!
Thanks for your feedback Robin! Glad you found it useful.
This is handy,sure going to use this one.
Really cool, I will promote your work.
Great blog Simon!
Very useful contribution to the community.