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      2 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →
      Mikael RoosAdminMikael Roos (Admin, Flowdock) commented  · 

      The main way of filtering content is thought to be done via tags, ie. tagged content = quality content. Let's see how this gets votes.

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        5 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →
        Mikael RoosAdminMikael Roos (Admin, Flowdock) commented  · 

        You can actually already accomplish this for most content.
        For integrations, you can add tags to the API key in the services you are using, for example "beefbeefbeefbeef+project_name+production".

        Also, for emails, you can use #hashtags in the subject line or use the same plus-notation in the e-mail address: your_flow+tag1+tag2@your_company.flowdock.com

        For RSS or Tweets, you cannot currently automatically assign tags.

        Hope this helps!

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