Filter to exclude any KACE related Questions / blogs etc..
I only want to help the community to answer questions / post blogs / add links... I do NOT use KACE , among the majority of the former AppDeploy community. So It should be possible to have a setting in your profile that will exclude any KACE related info .
The Beta Search is NOT what we want.
We just want to filter out anything related with KACE ( unless we own a KACE product offcourse ;-)
A site wide filter, even for one specific tag would have serious impacts on performance. However, we have provided features to help you avoid what you don’t like and even more to focus on what you do like…
The ability to include or exclude content from searches based on tags is now available: http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/avoiding-or-focusing-on-kace-materials-at-itninja
Outside of search results, you may find it beneficial to focus on what you do like by following tags to customize your activity feed and email digests.
Randy Conrad commented
I too am a former AppDeploy'er (non KACE). However, there are times when Q&A do not get tagged right and I have stumbled upon them and was able to answer their questions anyways.
I think sometimes the users asking questions, either intentionally or not, don't tag their post correctly. I think this is mostly due to the auto populated tags do not find KACE in their post, so if they never selected it when creating the question, it wont be there.
So, if we could filter out KACE post, would it be based on User Initial selection or from Tag added after?
Paul Dunn commented
I have voted (+1) for this idea as it would be nice to filter out/in KACE related questions.
It is a minor issue but I can see that it would be distracting to some and may put potential new "Packaging/Virtualisation" members off joining as the majority of questions in the Q & A are KACE related and not generally related to what they may have visited ITNinja for in the first place.
It does, however, rely on the poster tagging their question correctly, or maybe something in the user's profile showing that they are a KACE user that automatically tags their questions for them.