Wiki: How to Find Wiki Articles I Wrote

Wiki: How to Find Wiki Articles I Wrote

My Pages

The list of wiki articles that you have authored and contributed to can be found under the My Pages tab of the Featured Articles page.

1, Sign in

2. Scroll down the page if necessary (on some browsers the link is "below the fold") and click More featured articles

3. Click My Pages

For instructions on how to use the RSS feed for your pages, and Outlook rules, see

Alternate Approach (Tags)

Some wiki authors also use the tag system. They will add a specific tag to each article they author, and perhaps a different one to each article they edit. That way, clicking on the tag in the tag cloud, or on any article that has the tag, returns a page with all articles that contain that tag.

To search for all articles that you authored using this tag strategy, simply replace the <YourTagGoesHere> with the words you used to tag each of your articles & create a shortcut on your desktop (so that you can easily access your articles at any time):<YourTagGoesHere>/default.aspx 

Note: if you have multiple words in your tag (for eg may be you used your first & last name), than use a '+' sign between each word like so: <firstName>+<lastName>
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  • You can also click on "TechNet Articles" at one of the recent posts and then click my pages.

  • this not only gives all articles that I have published but also those I have edited. if you only need those that you have published i suggest tagging yourself as mentioned in the last para but i really feel we need to have a feature for this as well :)

  • Can we add a feature where all alrticles created by a user is avaialble at left or right top corner when he opens any of his article on technet wiki , like we have for Technet gallery.

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