Welcome back. Keeping up with new content from your favorite websites can be time-consuming. On this week’s Tech Corner, Andrew King shares an easy way to keep track of stories and videos you care about online.
Have you ever found it difficult to keep up to date with the information you care about online?
One way to save you from missing stories that are added to the internet is using a technology called RSS.
Websites that frequently update themselves with new content for you to read, watch, or listen to use RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, to keep you in the loop.
To find it, look for words like: RSS, or Feed, or web feed, or even the small logo you see here.
Before you can subscribe to the RSS feed you will need install an app on your computer or smart phone. Just do a search online for a RSS Reeder. There are lots of options, many of them free. Some are even an online service.
Once you have a RSS Reeder set up, you add the RSS links from all the websites you are interested in. Then all you need to do is read, watch, or listen to the content - it will all be updated automatically in your RSS Reeder anytime the websites you subscribe to publish new content.
Here at Adventist News Network, we have an RSS Feed, just click the icon in the upper right corner, and you can subscribe to our content, keeping you up to date with the Seventh-day Adventist church around the world.