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Adding an RSS News Feed

Thursday, February 05, 2009

  • Margaret Shinn
  • 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 or try this:
To subscribe to the RSS news feed in Internet Explorer, go to, 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 ' news' and you can see a complete list of the news items. If you right click on ' 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 News as a new inbox folder:

Firefox Users:

Safari Users:


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