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I asked a Meta SO question about RSS feeds. Now I am wondering if there is documentation on learning all of the ins and outs of SO. What are the different URL combinations that I can use? How do I become a power user? How can I follow answers to all of my questions? Can I exclude a string from a search?

Show me the docs, please!

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The best resource right now is the FAQ for Stack Exchange sites.

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Thanks...very helpful. However it does not really cover url construction for searching or doing rss feeds or filtering by topic/url/user. Is there a place for all that syntax? Seth – Seth Spearman Jul 5 '09 at 5:26

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