RSS Feed Help


An RSS feed is a way to publish information from a website (or other data source) directly to your desktop, inbox, or another web page.  RSS feeds are typically used for publishing frequently updated items such as news, blogs, or other online publications.  A site using and RSS feed can typically be identified by a link or icon labeled RSS or XML feed.

RSS feeds can be read using software called an RSS reader, feed reader, or aggregator. This software can be web-based, desktop-based, or mobile-device-based.  Once a subscriber has chosen software, an RSS feed can typically be added by clicking on the RSS or XML feed link or icon. There are  plethora of software packages, but some of the more common ones are: Google Reader (requires Google account), My Yahoo (requires Yahoo account), Bloglines (requires a Bloglines account), Internet Explorer or Microsoft Outlook (Windows / Mac software), or FeedDemon (Windows software). 

To subscribe to the HHATA announcements feed, look for the RSS icon located at the bottom of any HHATA web page and simply click on the RSS feed link.