RSS feeds are a simple and effective way of keeping up-to-date with your favourite websites. Instead of having to visit individual sites to see if new content has been added, you can use RSS feeds to tell you when pages you're interested in have been updated.
How do I make use of RSS?
To use RSS, you will need to obtain an RSS aggregator which allows you to collect and display feeds from your favourite websites in a single location on your computer. Once you have done that, just click on the RSS feeds on the left to subscribe to them.
How do I setup my aggregator to receive RSS feeds?
Setting up a feed differs from one aggregator to another and it usually involves copying the URL of the feed – which you can get from the address bar on your browser – and pasting it into a box which will be clearly signed-posted when you run the aggregator. Please consult your aggregator's help documentation for clarification.
Click here to see a list of RSS aggregators that you can use.