What is an RSS feed?
An RSS feed delivers regularly changing web content to you went you subscribe to the feed. This web content can be anything from new products to the latest newsletter or web article.
When you subscribe, Internet Explorer 7 or higher, will automatically checks the website and downloads new content so you can see what is new since you last visited the feed.
NOTE: We recommend you upgrade to the latest version of Internet Explorer.
How do I view a feed?
When you visit a website that has an RSS feed, you will see the RSS feed button at the top of Internet Explorer. Simply click on the RSS feed button and select the feed you want to read.
How do I subscribe to a RSS feed?
1. Click to open Internet Explorer (version 7 or higher).
2. Go to the website that has the feed you want to subscribe to.
3. Click the RSS Feeds button
4. Select a feed (if more than one is available). If only one feed is available, you will go directly to that page.
5. At the top of the feed page you will see Subscribe to this feed. Click on the Subscribe to this feed.
6. You will see a box pop up with the name of the feed and folder to create the feed in.
7. Click Subscribe.
Now when you open up Internet Explorer, it will check the feeds you are subscribed to automatically.
How do I view the feeds I am subscribe to?
With Internet Explorer, click on the Favorites button in the upper left corner.
Then click on the Feeds tab.
To view your feeds, click the Favorites button, and then click Feed you want to read.
That’s it. It’s that simple.