MacMost New 668: Combining RSS Feeds In Safari

Learn how to take multiple RSS feeds and view them all on one page in Safari. You can create your own custom page of news from sources you like to read. You can also search this page to find articles to read.

Comments: 4 Responses to “MacMost New 668: Combining RSS Feeds In Safari”

    Mr Anthony Cotton
    7 years ago

    Thats really good i never new what a RSS Feed was until now. Just one thing can you do this on the Snow Leopard System. Gary.

    Jim
    7 years ago

    I’m using Snow Leopard. I created a My News folder in the Bookmark Menu and went to a website with an RSS feed. When I clicked RSS I got a drop down menu with two options. I selected the option called [x] “Browse feeds in Safari bookmarks,” but then I got another drop down menu with a “Collections” column on the left side and a “Name” column on the right side. In other words, I’m not seeing what you described on the video. Guidance please. Thank you.

      7 years ago

      I don’t have a Snow Leopard computer handy. Try a different site. Try different things. It is just a matter of getting to the RSS feed itself and then bookmarking it. I can’t remember Snow Leopard’s Safari RSS capabilities offhand, sorry.

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