There are different ways to stay updated with the activity across Today I Learned, whether that’s new posts, regular posts, pages, and more. As such the following are the ways in which you can subscribe.
Updated: 3rd April, 2020
One of the most important parts of the web are feeds, of which Today I Learned has a number available. You can see more information about feeds;
- in this post by Laura Kalbag
- in this post by Robin Rendle;
- on the IndieWeb wiki;
- on this Help page about feeds and Micro.blog.
- All posts from the site are available in one feed, via two formats.
- Tips are small pieces of advice for specific situations.
- Guides are longer, structured instructions.
- Introducing are short introductions to members of the community.
- Lookup are quick definitions of the language used in the community and the social web at large.
- Updates are short posts to log the current updates.
- Tracked are a log of recent updates to bugs and issues.
- Noted are brief, regular updates for third-party developments.
- The Macro Report are longer posts in which an overview is provided of the most recent period of activity, including that of third-party development.
- Follow Up are asides for timely additions to previous posts.
With these special categories you can find posts with help for specific subjects:
- Photoblogging feed
- Photo-based posting and image management.
- Social feed
- The social side of Micro.blog, such as @-mentions and following people.
- Theming feed
- Customising your site with custom themes, CSS, the footer, and the navigation menu.
The primary social feed for activity across Today I Learned. You can follow @til.
Updates, links, and information can be found at @til_mb
Stay informed of activity from Today I Learned via email with ICYMI, the weekly digest, and get access to the site where the archive is hosted alongside extra posts. The first issue is available to read here.
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