RSS (Really Simple Syndication)
What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a web content syndication format that enables you to have information delivered directly to your desktop using a news feed reader (also referred to as an aggregator). Each feed that you subscribe to is updated every time a site updates their content. This keeps you informed without having to browse each individual site RSS feeds are usually marked with an orange icon like the ones below.
Where can I get a feed reader?
There are a number of different ways to read an RSS feed. There are free commercial news aggregators such as Google Desktop, SharpReader, FeedDemon, and FeedReader that you can download. You can also use web-based readers such as MyYahoo!, MyMSN, Bloglines, and NewsIsFree. Mozilla Firefox also has RSS integration that lets you view feeds in your browser using 'Live Bookmarks'. Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 will also feature RSS support.
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How Does RSS Work With iPrioritize?
You can use your feeds to keep track of your lists without logging in to iPrioritize. To access your feed, just click on "subscribe to this feed via rss " at the top-right of any list.