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Yes, just click in Join this group and choose your preferences. Then you're set Edit: I'm sorry I've misread your question. You could try this trick, paste in your browser URL bar: http://groups.google.com/group/mojolicious/boxsubscribe?email=myid Replace 'mojolicious' with the name of the group you want to join, and replace myid with the email ...
I'd make 2 changes to @eisb's suggestion: That is an invalid playlist Id, so try "8DCB3F2E1AF98B48" (Cronoslogic's 'Hubble Space Telescope' series), but more importantly Use 'base' rather than 'api' in the URL, e.g http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/playlists/8DCB3F2E1AF98B48 In the documentation, it says "Similarly, if you prefer to use the base ...
For subscribing to a playlist through a feed reader (not within your YouTube account) the answer builds on the answer to a similar question here, but with YouTube's recent layout revamp, an slight update to that answer is necessary. Go to the user's page and click on their Videos tab and then the Playlists link on the left side to see the list of their ...
Generally, I wouldn't trust it unless it comes from a service you use. For example, I might signup for service X and not notice the checkbox to opt-out of email marketing. If they start sending me email I would expect there to be an unsubscribe link, since it's required by law. I would expect them to follow the law since I wouldn't create an account on a ...
Procedure to join Google Groups without creating a Google account: First send an email to (Group Name)+firstname.lastname@example.org. +subscribe is the key, which is appended to the end of group’s email address. (Group Name) is the name of the group. Space is substituted by “-” (hyphen). Now, send an email to email@example.com. Visit he ...
Currently you can join at this URL: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/<groupname>/join To leave the group, you can use https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/<groupname>/unsubscribe
Given the following URL: www.google.com/calendar/hosted/example.com/embed?height=600&wkst=1&bgcolor=%23FFFFFF&src=example.com_ecafa7el7kc4du1ervkdff4x6a%40group.calendar.google.com&color=%23AB8B00&ctz=Pacific%2FApia You want to place the bold part in one of these templates: XML: ...
The most generic solution which should work for every address/mail provider and every Google group is send a mail to [Group Name]+firstname.lastname@example.org [http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-subscribe-or-join-google-groups-without-google-account/ ] Some Groups seem to be restricted to mails registered to the Google account. An example is the ...
You can subscribe to a File Release RSS. Taken from : http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourceforge/wiki/Links%20to%20available%20site-wide%20RSS%20feeds Project RSS Feed: Project File Releases Description: A feed of the most recent file releases made by a project, including details of the > files included in the release. Related site URL (i.e. ...
It's not possible anymore. It used to be, but they removed this functionality when they updated to the new playlist format/layout.
If you click on your user portrait in the top right of the web application, you will see an option 'Cards'. Clicking this will display a list of all the cards you are subscribed to. You then have the option to sort this list either 'By Board' or 'By Due Date'
It's still there, just search for "Subscribe to this posterous" on the blog (it should be in the bottom right corner) and it will offer you the option to subscribe through email. I would publish the screenshot to clarify, but it doesn't allow because of the low reputation :)
By default you will see anything from that person that is publicly visible, including public comments. To turn these off, go to their profile or timeline and find the "Subscribed" button at the top, or hover over their name in one of their posts. While hovering over the "Subscribed" button, go down to "Comments and Likes" and uncheck it to stop seeing ...
As a workaround, can they sign up with a different email address, and then once accepted re-configure their account to use the desired email?
On the sidebar, under Notifications, you will be able to toggle your subscription to the thread. You can also now manage notification settings at the individual issue or pull request level. This lets you manually subscribe to any issue without commenting, or unsubscribe from issues no longer relevant to your interests: See the blog post, "Mention ...
Try Plimus - I have heard good things about them. Other good options are Shareit or RegNow.
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