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New downloads

In the downloads section we can select by area what to download. But if we want to see what is new we have to check all the options. So is it possible to have an option that lists the new or changed downloads from the last 30 days.

Also is it possible for the information about each download to state the size of the download.

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2004 at 02:25 PM

    Thanks for the suggestions, Matthew.

    In a previous version of the download area, we had "new" and "updated" downloads listed separately, which was often confusing and somewhat difficult to track and maintain.

    Now the downloads are listed by date of last update for each item - most recent at the top - which is easier to track (not to mention easier to maintain for me!). An item is marked as new if it's been added within the last month.

    Over the next few months, you'll notice more and more improvements to the download area. Although we cannot redesign overnight, we are certainly trying to make it more usable piece by piece. I will try to add size of download items in the near future as I agree it would be very useful.

    Best regards,

    Kathy Meyers

    SDN Community Manager

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    • Hi Kathleen,

      I know that this thread has been posted for some time but I was just thinking something similar to Matthew's idea. What might be good is if we could subscribe to be notified when new downloads such as sneak previews\patches become available?

      Just a thought.

      Cheers

      Daniel

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