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dschmauss
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RSS Feed?

Post by dschmauss » Fri Oct 11, 2019 10:56 am

Isn't there a possibility anymore in new espacenet to subscribe a search profile to an RSS Feed? It was very simple with the "old" espacenet as there was offered a RSS-Icon directly next to the "result list".


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Re: RSS Feed?

Post by Patent Information Marketing » Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:38 am

Thank you for your valuable question. It is currently not possible but we will investigate if and how we can implement this feature in the future, taking into account all user feedbacks, feasibility and resources required.
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voiceofreason
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Re: RSS Feed?

Post by voiceofreason » Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:59 am

You can in the meantime use
My Espacenet > My queries
to remind yourself of the number of results last time you executed a specific search.

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RSS Feed?

Post by Patent Newbie » Tue Oct 22, 2019 11:02 am

Hi voiceofreason,

Being reminded of a number in previous results cannot be compared to automatic notifications or RSS Feeds nor can it replace such Features :( .

Does this mean that rss feeds are not foreseen in the new espacenet?

Thank you.
Nelly


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Re: RSS Feed?

Post by voiceofreason » Tue Oct 22, 2019 12:02 pm

Dear Nelly
I’ll let Patent Information Marketing answer that :)
Best


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Re: RSS Feed?

Post by Patent Information Marketing » Tue Oct 22, 2019 5:36 pm

Dear Nelly,
it is true that these searches cannot replace RSS feeds. We are currently not sure when we can offer the same functionality. At this stage we can only try to help you with a workaround:

You may use the searching or filtering function on the publication date to compare what has been published in the meantime e.g. in the last year: cl="Y02A20/00/low" AND pd > "20181018" or cl = "Y02A20/00/low" (the filter is codified in the hyperlink). Using the filter function is convenient if you monitor regularly with a set of different queries, since by simply changing keywords you will maintain the date filtering with the same cut-off date.

Please note: Using the suggested approach (both filtering and searching) you will miss any publication that was published (e.g. by a national authority) before your cut-off date but added to Espacenet only afterwards. For comprehensive analysis of queries with less than 500 results, you may download the result lists regularly and compare them via Excel functions. We will investigate if and how we can improve this.
Kind regards

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