Admins, Notifications: To receive RSS feeds from ebraryYou have the ability to be alerted real time on changes to topics or categories that you are interested in by subscribing to RSS feeds.
We have two types of RSS feeds:
- Alerts on major outage of service disruption on either platform or content changes.
- Alerts on changes to any articles you are following.
There are multiple RSS readers available on the market, the most popular ones being email clients and browser. Below are some instructions with most popular email clients:Mobile RSS feeds reader:
Feedly is a free iOS and Android application for mobiles RSS Feeds in MS Outlook
Select File> Click on the ‘Account Settings’ button > On the drop down menu, click on ‘Account Settings’On the new module click on the RSS Feeds tab > Below the tab, click on where it says ‘New’ > Enter or Paste in the URL of a new feed.You will be prompted to confirm the RSS feed, click on Ok > Click on Close to exit the moduleRSS Feeds in Apple Mail
Select File> Add RSS Feeds or click the Add (+) button at the bottom of the sidebar, and then choose Add RSS Feeds.Enter or paste the URL of a new feed.If you want RSS feeds to be included in your Inbox, click “Show in Inbox.”Then Click AddRSS Feeds in Thunderbird
The Thunderbird email client has its own built-in RSS reader than behaves very much like email:
- Simply go to Tools >Account Settings, hit the "Account Actions" button and select "Add Other Account"
- Create a Blogs & Newsfeeds account, which creates a separate folder for each subscribed RSS address
- On Accounts Settings Window, you will now see an entry for Blogs & New Feeds, please click on it.
- On the right hand side, please click on the ‘Manage Subscriptions’ button.
- On the pop-up module, click on the ‘Add’ button. Enter or paste in the URL.
New entries look very much like emails which can be read directly, deleted, managed, and include a link back to the original site.RSS Feeds in Gmail
Currently, there isn’t a direct way to add RSS feeds directly in Gmail. There are many third-party plug-ins available.
- Search for RSS feed reader
- You will get a pop-up window, asking you to confirm the new extension and click on the Add button
- Once it has been installed, you will see the orange RSS icon at the top right corner next to the URL Navigation bar, click on it and then click on the green button to start using the reader.
- Click on the + sign to add the URL of the new feed.