New Social Bookmarking on TechNet and MSDN!


We have launched a preview of our Social Bookmarking application on TechNet and MSDN for you to start using. Social Bookmarking is a way to store your bookmarks on the web, share your bookmarks with others and explore bookmarks stored by other users.

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Some of the new features to look forward to in the official launch (early September) is:


  • Subscribe to Tags or People: Find a tag you want to follow? Or a fellow bookmarker that bookmarks really good stuff? With the new app, it will be easy to get an RSS subscription for that tag or person (as in, click the orange button).

  • Browse & Find Users: Search or browse to find people by their display name (e.g., mine is “johmar”) and other criteria.

  • Import Tools: Recognizing that a lot of people already have favorites saved in their browsers or in other social bookmarking sites, the new app will provide a tool for importing your favorites from Microsoft Internet Explorer and from Delicious.

  • Bookmarking Widget: If you have your own blog or other website, our new bookmarking widget will make it easy for people to bookmark your pages directly to their social bookmarks on MSDN, TechNet, or Expression. You’ll get traffic from Microsoft when your bookmarked page is published in “social feeds” on our global sites.

    Start previewing today and send in your comments to the Social Bookmarks Discussion Forum.

    Come speak to us at the TechNet Lounge at TechEd next week to learn more.


     

  • Comments (4)

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      thanks

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    3. Darragh Hanrahan says:

      Hi guys,

      I worked for MSDN and TechNet in europe and am living in Australia.I was wondering if there is a support centre over here??

      Thanks,

      Darragh