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Is it possible to create an RSS feed for my favorite tags?

I've marked a bunch of tags as favorites, and I'd like to generate an RSS feed of only questions that match my favorite tags. Is this possible?

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Your favourite tags come through an email. RSS feeds work on a per-tag basis.

You can search for multiple tags by using the syntax [tag1][tag2] in the search, but that AND's the result set. Do you think we should change it to OR? Then you'd get the functionality you're looking for.

Ideally I'd like to use AND/OR depending on my search, but it doesn't appear that this is the case.

Is this reported in If not, I'll create a request for it.

Yeah, you're right, that's the better solution. It's not a request yet. It's a good one. We also need to make multi-tag searching more easily discoverable.

@Jeremy Largman [Atlassian] - Where can I go to find out how to generate an RSS feed for a single tag? I've seen that it's possible to generate an RSS feed for a *question*, but cannot find how to generate an RSS feed for a single *tag* (e.g., Confluence).


We accidentally hid it during our redesign. We're bringing it back - hopefully tomorrow ( In the meantime, you can hack the URL and copy it to your feed reader. It looks like:

The %5B is encoding for [ and the %5D is for ].

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