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How to Copy URLs to Feed Reader

The address, or URL, to the feed is what you need to add this feed to your Feed Reader. You can get the address to the feed in a variety of ways:

  1. PC Users: Right click on the feed name link or the RSS logo and choose "Copy Shortcut" on IE or "Copy Link Location" on Firefox or Netscape Navigator.
  2. Mac Users:Ctrl + click on the feed name link or the RSS logo and choose "Copy Link to Clipboard" in IE or Safari or "Copy Link Location" in Netscape.
  3. My Yahoo Users: You can add this feed to your My Yahoo pages by clicking on the "Add to My Yahoo" icon next to the feed you are interested in.
  4. MyFeedster Users: You can add this feed to your MyFeedster account by clicking on the "Sub Feedster" icon next to the feed you are interested in.
  5. NewsGator Users: You can add this feed to your NewsGator pages by clicking on the "NewsGator" icon next to the feed you are interested in.

Once you've copied the URL for the feed, you can add it to your feed reader by pasting it in. My Yahoo, Feedster, and NewsGator users just follow the instructions on the web page.

Help topics: What is RSS? | RSS Feed Readers | How to Copy URLs to Feed Reader | RSS Feeds

Featured Podcast

Visual Analytics: Understanding the Impact of Image-Based Media for Digital Marketing

In this podcast, Bill Rand, Associate Professor at the Poole College of Management at NC State, and Gijs Overgoor, visiting scholar from the University of Amsterdam at Poole College, discuss the role of images in advertising. They explain how visual analytics can analyze images to understand their effectiveness. The interview is conducted by Ron Powell, independent analyst and industry expert for the BeyeNetwork and executive producer for The World Transformed Fast Forward Series. To listen to this podcast, click here.





Music: "Werq"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0


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