What are RSS feeds?
RSS feeds allow you to subscribe to your favourite websites to get all the latest news.
What does RSS stand for?
RSS doesn't have a set definition but it is commonly referred to as 'Really Simple Syndication' or 'Rich Site Summary'.
How do you use RSS feeds?
To use RSS feeds you need to get a news reader. These can usually be downloaded as a desktop program or accessed through your Internet browser free of charge. Once you have a news reader you can choose what feeds you are interested in and the headlines for each feed will be displayed on one page.
How do you get a news reader?
There are a variety of news readers available. Try searching on 'Google' to find a compatible one for your computer.
Why use RSS feeds?
RSS feeds allow you to group all the latest news you want to receive together in one place. You can log-in to your newsreader, or open your desktop reader, and all of the latest headlines will appear without you having to visit the websites. If you see a story that takes your fancy all you need to do is click on the headline to read the full article.