Jamie Thomson


This is not a question about development but there's nowhere else to ask it so....

I have recently set up alerts for my blog (http://blogs.conchango.com/jamiethomson/archive/2007/06/25/Get-alerted-when-I-update-my-blog.aspx).

2 comments about this:

1) I want to go back in and edit some details of the alert (e.g. the message that gets presented)

2) I want to find out who has subscribed to the alert

Is it possible this functionality might be included in the future

-Jamie





Re: Setting up alerts for my own blog

BronwenZ


You can get see subscribers and change details when you've signed up to use the alert SDK.

I'm guessing you're just using the RSS feed though







Re: Setting up alerts for my own blog

Jim Fukasawa - MSFT

Hello Jamie,

Windows Live Alerts is transitioning to allow administrative capabilities for the Windows Live Alerts zero-development solution (http://signup.alerts.live.com/brochure/index.jsp), in the meantime please contact either myself or AlertsTS@microsoft.com for any modification requests and subscription information inquries. Thanks.

- Jim






Re: Setting up alerts for my own blog

Jamie Thomson

Jim Fukasawa - MSFT wrote:

Hello Jamie,

Windows Live Alerts is transitioning to allow administrative capabilities for the Windows Live Alerts zero-development solution (http://signup.alerts.live.com/brochure/index.jsp), in the meantime please contact either myself or AlertsTS@microsoft.com for any modification requests and subscription information inquries. Thanks.

- Jim

Thank you Jim. How do I contact you Your email address isn't available anywhere (that I can see).

Regards

Jamie






Re: Setting up alerts for my own blog

BollyDanny

Jim Fukasawa - MSFT wrote:

Windows Live Alerts is transitioning to allow administrative capabilities for the Windows Live Alerts zero-development solution (http://signup.alerts.live.com/brochure/index.jsp), in the meantime please contact either myself or AlertsTS@microsoft.com for any modification requests and subscription information inquries. Thanks.

Hello,

What's up with this transition, is it finished now :-)

Thanks,

Danny.