What is a RSS Feed?
RSS is an easy way to automatically stay updated on websites you like. Instead of having to go to websites to see if they’ve written a new article or feature, you can use RSS (which stands for Really Simple Syndication) to get them to tell you every time they have something new. RSS feeds work through a Feed Reader, which displays RSS information from your favourite websites.
Subscribe to Cotlook Headlines (RSS Feed)
To subscribe to an RSS feed, follow the instructions provided by your preferred Feed Reader to add the XML feed to your RSS list. Mostly this is just a simple copy and paste or ‘highlight and drag’ of the link address into the Feed Reader settings.
For example, you may choose to use the free version of the RSS Feed Reader extension available for Chrome, Safari, iOS and Android from the Chrome Web Store.
If you choose to download this Feed Reader extension, you will notice a new orange RSS Feed icon appear in the top right hand-side of your web browser toolbar, which lists stories as soon as they are published. Click the orange icon and the website you want to view in order to expand the list.
You will also notice pop-up notifications to the bottom right of your screen each time a new story is published.
Cotlook Headlines (RSS Feed)
The Cotlook Headlines RSS Feed always lists the 10 most recent Cotlook headlines (from the Cotlook Daily service) and is available by copying this link https://www.cotlook.com/feed/ into your RSS Feed Reader .
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