How to detect the publication date of technical articles about Montage?
In other words, how to know what are the latest published?
It's since a while that I'm archiving the articles on YamahaSynth about Montage (there's plenty!). Usually I copy images and texts and paste them in a MSWord file, then I edit the formatting, change font with Arial Narrow 10pt etc. My goal would be making an Italian translation, one day...
In the meantime I try to study them whie I'm fumbling on the Montage. 😀
All that said, browsing the Learn section, I realized that I inadvertently let the MONTAGE MIDI Settings article get away... How can I avoid to browse al the pages to find articles that I still have to read out?
By the way. now I see that MONTAGE MIDI Settings article is on top, but few years ago was buried among the others.
You can subscribe to the RSS feed for the "Learn" section.
If you look at the RSS feed, there is a field "PubDate" which shows when the article was published.
The RSS feed for only Montage is:
This is subject to change since the links have been going through transition. The numeric prefix "102-" in this case, and was "34-" for the forums have been coming and going which has been messing with the SEO for yamahasynth.
Just in case the link changes - get the RSS feed by:
2) Find an article that is Montage related - below the title will be the category "MONTAGE" - click on that
3) This brings you to a feed of only Montage articles -- click on the "Subscribe to this feed" button.
You may need an RSS reader or service to really "subscribe".
Thanks Jason... I subscribed to the service... so, let's see what happens 😉