Another way to add the RSS feed is to click on the RSS Feed button in Internet Explorer and then copy the address which is shown in the Address Bar.Then go to Outlook, right click on the RSS Feeds folder and choose Add New a RSS Feed…For a brief list of the available RSS readers, see the information on reading an RSS feed on this page. RSS feeds allow you receive updated information from a site without manually checking.RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and is essentially a web page your computer can read for you, allowing it to notify you when new updates are available.In essence, RSS is a simple XML syntax for describing a channel or feed of recent additions to a website.These additions may be news items, blog updates, library acquisitions or any other discrete information elements.Step 1: You first need to find a website that has a feed.
Many websites that are regularly updated have an RSS feed, also known as a ‘news feed’.
In the latest versions of Firefox, the RSS icon – known within Firefox as the ‘Subscribe’ button – no longer appears automatically at the end of the address bar.
To put it on your bookmarks toolbar, click View, then Toolbars, then Customize. Drag it to the bookmarks toolbar, where it will automatically park itself at one end.
To use RSS feeds you can either get an RSS reader, or, if you´ve got a recent browser, you can view the feeds there.
Browsers Both Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 can handle RSS feeds without the need for any other software.