Adding an RSS News Feed
Thursday, February 05, 2009
- Organization: Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and enables users to view a particular type of news of their choice from that particular news source's website in a single place. This makes getting the news you want easier than ever without having to sort through stuff you don't want to read.
Internet Explorer 7 Users:
Microsoft provides this page on adding an RSS Feed http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101595391033.aspx#2 or try this:
To subscribe to the Probono.net/OK RSS news feed in Internet Explorer, go to http://www.probono.net/ok/news/rss, select the feed reader you are using, and then click "Subscribe to this feed."
To see your news feeds, after you have subscribed, press Ctrl + Shift + J and you will see a list of your RSS feeds. Select 'probono.net/ok news' and you can see a complete list of the news items. If you right click on 'probono.net/ok news' in your list and go to "Properties," you can select how often you want to receive updates.
Microsoft Outlook 2007 Users: You can add the Probono.net/OK News as a new inbox folder: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA101595391033.aspx#3
Firefox Users: http://kb.mozillazine.org/RSS:_Live_Bookmarks_overview_(Firefox)