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How Do You Organise Your EE Knowledgebase ?

Posted on 2013-01-04
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I've got about 600 questions between those that are Monitored
and those that in the EE Knowledgebase. It's a growing disorganised mess!

How do you organise yours, for easy browsing and searching ?

If I have no success with the topic areas I have chosen,
I will re-ask this as a community topic question.
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Wasim Akram Shaik earned 300 total points
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Click on My Monitored Questions and click on view more


After the page gets opened click on detail view and select no. of questions to view as 200, you will be able to see all questions in a single shot with brief summary of each question..

there would be a search box even, when you type your particular question, it will filter out the question based on your text..
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For KB and Monitored Q's, I just use the Search to sort it out.

Things are so "cross posted " across the TAs, I haven't found a good way to organize things.
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To me, the search seem to use a scatter gun approach.

Is it possible to search within the tags only?
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Advance Search > Terms > and change Any Part to Tags
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Hi coral47, Thanks, but that option is there when trying to search the tags (that I entered) within my knowledgebase.
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No new info was provided ... thus the C grade
(better than deleting the question!)
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Thank you much.   : )
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