Really Simple Syndication Feeds
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds send specific content from a website directly to your RSS reader/aggregator when content is updated, ensuring you always have access to the latest information.
How do I subscribe to RSS feeds?
- Copy the URL you are interested in from the available feeds above.
- Paste the URL into your reader's “subscribe” dialogue.
More information on RSS feeds
What are RSS feeds?
Updates to a website are broadcast to subscribers through an RSS feed. A message will appear in your reader or aggregators every time the website section you are subscribed to is updated. You can read RSS feeds on digital devices and cellphones.
Why use RSS feeds?
- RSS feeds are a convenient way to monitor information from a variety of sources, allowing you to customize how you receive and process notifications of new content.
- RSS feeds are a good alternative to subscribing to updates via email. You do not have to provide personal information (such as an email address) to subscribe to an RSS feed, and you do not run the risk of missing important updates because an email gets deleted or caught in your spam filter.
- RSS feeds are also easier to manage because the posts are grouped together by feed, showing at a glance how many items you have not yet read.
RSS feed readers/aggregators
RSS reader, also known as an aggregator, will download and display RSS feeds that you have signed up for. There are numerous readers/aggregators available. Some are online services accessed via web browser, while others are desktop software installed on a personal computer. Reader capabilities are also integrated into many email programs and web browsers. Here are a few well-known reader options to get you started:
Desktop feed reader software
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