In my job, I was recently onboarded as a moderator to a fairly large forum, with many categories in use. One of my tasks is to go over every single topic/post/comment (or at least just the topic titles) posted regardless of categories in less than X hours ago.
Is there an easy way to do this in the current implementation of Discourse?
I would like to have something similar to a global search that would pull up ALL content newer than, let’s say, 8 hours (or rather, ALL new content since my last visit), all laid out in a single screen. The preferred workflow would be to able to see everything and then click on stuff that jumps out so I can see in context.
This would be even more perfect if I could pull up all this content but for a selected subset of categories. Let’s say, we have categories #A to #Z, but I could pull up all content posted under categories #A to #K and leave out content from categories #L onwards.
Is there a screen or a feature in Discourse that enables me to do this efficiently?
If not, how would you go about doing that? As of now, the only way I can think to do this is to manually click individually on every single one of the many categories I need to keep an eye on, and then read the topic sorted by recency up until I feel like I can stop. But that is entirely too much work, it would suck if that turned out to be the only way.