We’ve just rolled out improvements to PBwiki RSS feeds.
What are RSS feeds?
RSS feeds are a great way to stay up-to-date when you have lots of things you’re interested in. You can subscribe to a feed and have new information show up automatically as soon as it’s available. PBwiki has offered RSS feeds for quite some time now, but this week, we rolled out a great new version for 2.0 wikis that is much more powerful.
The improved PBwiki RSS feeds
- The Recent Changes feed. This includes all of the changes being made on your wiki that you have permission to see: page edits, comments, file uploads, you name it.
- Page-specific feeds. This includes all of the edits and comments made on whichever wiki page you’re currently looking at.
- Folder-specific feeds. These show up if you’re looking at the contents of a folder on your wiki.
Try them out today and you’ll be hooked. If you’re not familiar with RSS, don’t worry: most browsers come with RSS readers built in, so it’s easy to get started. Take a look in your browser’s address bar for the RSS icon (it usually looks like or ). When you click it, you’ll get a list of available RSS feeds:
Click the one you’re interested in and subscribe. Be sure to let us know what you think!