Doug from Office Casual strikes again, helpful vid: The fastest way to Search Commands in Office
Download the free Search commands for Office: http://officelabs.com/projects/searchcommands/Pages/default.aspx
A manager of mine, Stuart Macrae, once told me “People don’t do what you expect, they do what you inspect.” My first GM, Rick Devenuti, used to remind us “You cannot improve what you do not measure.”
Time has come (it is actually past due, but that’s another story) and the folks responsible for the TechNet wiki are interested in your feedback on Recommended Metrics: How To Measure Community and Social Media.
This is your chance. Help them get the metrics right, and the behavior you desire will follow. Neglect this opportunity, and the easy measures, like “page views” will rule this day and all others.
The TechNet wiki shows two RSS feeds:
There is also a feed for a tag in the the tag cloud:
I use Outlook 2010 to feed each of these into a folder. I then write filter rules on the folders to show me stuff that has keywords I am interested in tracking.
However, you can hack the articles feed to show you a specific tag, like this:
Which gets you your custom-feed: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/search/Searchrss.aspx?wikis=5&tags=WS08&orTags=0
If you want to make your own categorization/table of contents/custom navigation scheme through the wiki, just start a new tag, tag the articles you want with that tag, and then subscribe to the custom tag feed.