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Quite a few people are starting to use the RSS feeds here, due to the ease at which they can get at their cases without having to navigate though FogBugz to get at them.

The only complaint I have had is that there appears to be no way of getting an RSS feed of "My Cases". 

The only way we have been able to get an RSS feed of peoples open cases is for them to save a filter of all open cases assigned to them. 

Is this an oversight or is there a reason why this is not possible?

Jon
Jon Tresadern Send private email
Thursday, March 17, 2005
 
 
It's good for us to know that subscribing to 'my cases' is a big use case for your company. It sounds like you're asking for a shortcut for each person to subscribe to their cases without saving a filter? We'll consider something like that.
Brett Kiefer Send private email
Thursday, March 17, 2005
 
 
Just read my previous message and it doesn't come across how I meant it to.

The use of a saved filter is not a problem, it just gets me ear ache from some of the developers who can see a "My Cases" and want to add it without having to do any extra work.

Thinking about it I don't see why they want to see all their projects (Bugs and Features) mixed up in 1 big feed, but some do for some reason.

I was just curious if I had missed something that allowed the developers to add "My Cases" as an RSS feed without using a sved filter.
Jon Tresadern Send private email
Friday, March 18, 2005
 
 
No, you're right, it doesn't exist . . . yet. Thanks!
Brett Kiefer Send private email
Friday, March 18, 2005
 
 
OK.

Thanks for the reply.

Jon
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Monday, March 21, 2005
 
 

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