9/9/12
4:05 pm

Forum Question: Where Did the RSS Feed Go When I Upgraded To Mountain Lion?

I recently upgraded to Mountain Lion from Snow Leopard. The RSS feeds in Mail are all gone, including the ones I had placed in files! On blog sites that have RSS for comments, etc. when I click to comment it states Safari does not have RSS.
Appreciate any help you can provide.
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~Joan.

Comments: 2 Responses to “Where Did the RSS Feed Go When I Upgraded To Mountain Lion?”

    9/9/12 @ 6:06 pm

    Yes, Mountain Lion removed the RSS feature from both Safari and Mail. In addition to adding new features with each version of OS X, Apple also removes features that it figures few people use or have outgrown their usefulness — a part of keeping OS X lean and without old legacy code to hold it back.
    So the options you have are to use a third-party RSS reader, or an online service. Or a combination of them both. For instance, many third-party RSS readers will hook into your online Google Reader account and sync across devices.
    If you like RSS, then you’ll find that a dedicated RSS reader or web page has a lot more functionality than Safari and Mail ever did.

    ~Joan.
    9/9/12 @ 7:17 pm

    Thanks very much for responding. As always, your answer is helpful. I will check out some RSS apps.

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