Nov 2, 2010

RSS with iTalkWhoa!

Posted by Joshua |

How many of you have used RSS?

What is RSS?

RSS is a short form for “Really Simple Syndication” It’s actually a newsfeed technology that provide subscribers with the updated information that you are interested. It delivers the headline, short summary and a link back to the full text every time an RSS news feed is updated.

So it’s updates on any topics that interest you easy and fast without be on the lookout on what’s coming.

ItalkWhoa! does has the RSS features in one stop web portal. Subscribing to RSS feed made easy that does not required you to give out your name and email address to subscribe to any newsletter.

Thus no more e-mails or spam, privacy is assured.

The configuration of RSS Feeds on iTalkWhoa account is very simple.

Select the RSS Feeds under Mail panel and click on New Group to create a new category/group.

It will then pop up box [RSSFeed Category Name] and you input you desire group. Example ”News”

Then you click “Add”

The New Feeds will automatically appear in current Category Panel as below

To subscribe any info News category, you just need to search for RSS News that you are interested. For an example, the feed gather from The Star Newspaper.

Search for the webpage’s RSS Feed logo like below;

Click on the RSS icon and you will be diverted to a group of RSS Feeders page as below;

Right click on the RSS Feed’s topic you are interested and copy the URL Link/Link Location.

Next head back to the iTalkWhoa account and highlight the newly created RSS Group “News” and key in the description of the feed and paste the link that you’ve copied previously.

Just click on the “Add New” and the new created RSS Feed that you desired will appear in the Feed Name Box as below;

Now you can view all the RSS Feeds that you subscribed on your iTalkWhoa! easily and fast.

It same goes with others webpages/blogs that you are interested to follow the latest news, just search for the RSS Feeds and subscribe to it.

So what’s you are waiting for? Start subscribing the webpages that you are interested with iTalkWhoa and let’s start with my blog XD. My RSS Feeds