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How do I easily "scan" the content I'm interested in?

Question asked by MBramer-esristaff Employee on Jul 30, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 30, 2014 by timothy_hales-esristaff

Hi,

 

Like all others, I'm new to GeoNet and trying to figure out how to make best of it.  I've made some people connections, I've joined some groups, I've followed some spaces.  Now, when I log in, I want to easily "scan" all the content of these GeoNet "things" I'm interested in.  I don't want to have to navigate to all of these different areas to see what's new.  In fact, I may even forget one day that I joined a GeoNet group.  A Facebook-like news feed, which would aggregate all of my group, place and people activity, is what I'm essentially looking for.  I do, in fact, see something like that when I'm at "Home" but it's not showing content from my the sites, groups, and people I've joined and connected to.  This one-stop location would lay out all of the content I want to see, and even jog my memory about that one group I forgot I joined by showing a recent post someone else made. 

 

Is there an easy way to do this that I just haven't discovered?

 

Thanks,

Mark

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