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What is an RSS feed?
When you subscribe to an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed, you're basically asking a website to automatically let you know when something new is posted. So if you subscribe to one of our interest rate RSS feeds, you'll be notified any time our rates change.
How do I set up an RSS feed?
First, you'll need a feed reader.
A feed reader is a program that receives the RSS feed and displays it so you can read it. Feed readers come in two main types: those that you need to download and install on your computer, and those that live on the Web and can be accessed from any computer connected to the Internet. Here are a few of the popular free feed readers.
Downloaded feed reader applications:
- Microsoft Outlook (2007) - Windows
- NewsGator’s Feed Demon - Windows
- Internet Explorer 7 - Windows
- Mozilla Firefox - Windows
Web-based feed readers:
Then, subscribe to the RSS feeds that interest you.
To subscribe, click the feed you want to receive. You either see the feed displayed within your web browser or a lot of strange code. If you can read the feed fine, then look for a button at the top of the page that allows you to subscribe to it in your favourite feed reader with a single click. If you instead see a lot of code, just copy the webpage's address and paste it into your feed reader.