4 Replies
Cheryl Kent

Hello Shannon,

I don't know how to do an RSS feed but you can subscribe to the lists and you'll get an email when a new topic is added - go to the page for the list and look for the "subscribe" link top-right.

If you want to keep an eye on replies to a particular topic, then you can click "subscribe" (again top-right) and you will be emailed when a reply etc is added.

Hope this helps.

Victoria Violet

Hi Shannoon,

Hopefully it will help you.

It's easier than it sounds. Right click an empty space on the website you'd like an RSS feed for, then click View Page Source (the exact wording may vary depending on your browser). If searching for rss doesn't work, try atom instead. Look for an RSS URL, as you can see above, then copy it into your feed reader.

Antonette  Harvey

Hello Shannon and Tommy,

Your request for an RSS feed seems to be a bit similar to an assignment that I completed earlier this week to get RSS feeds from different instructional blogs and websites. To do this task I created an account on Feedly which is a RSS feed aggregator at https://feedly.com. After that was done I added the different websites and blogs that I wanted to follow. You can also create folders for your different feeds and organize them, there is also an option to share your feeds. I hope this helps.