questionsis there a way to save a deals.woot search? be…

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I ran an advanced search for [store:moofi.woot.com -is:expired] without brackets and bookmarked the result. It's ready to go with a click of the mouse. I'm not sure about the notifications part for a specific item.

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I don't believe there's a way to be notified for something hitting your search criteria. As far as saving it - @jsimsace is right, bookmark it in your browser.

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@thumperchick: Hey TC, how's things in your neck of the woods? Back to the OP, it seems that I read here once upon a time that you could use ifttt.com and set up notifications. After a brief search, I found this question that talks about similar stuff that's way over my head. YMMV.

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@robingraves: Looking at that post about the RSS feed, here's what I've figured out.

Step 1: Get the URL of the RSS feed of the search you want. The easiest way to do this is to first get the search results you want using this page:
http://deals.woot.com/deals/advancedsearch

Here's the results URL for a search for yankee candle, no expired results, sorted by most recent:
http://deals.woot.com/deals/search?q=yankee+candle+-is%3Aexpired&sort=mostrecent

In the above url, to get the RSS feed URL, replace everything before the q= with the following:
http://deals.woot.com/deals.rss/search?

Step 2: Now input this new URL and your email address, along with frequency of checking, to this: http://blogtrottr.com/

Ta-da!

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@thewronggrape: Um, you're seriously amazing. Thank you for that tutorial.

Still seems like this would be an awesome feature for woot.com to offer users, if they're reading!