Follow Websites with RSS

Algorithms can prevent you from seeing news that you want to see. RSS fixes this.

Between censorship and social media algorithms, it is getting harder to trust that you are seeing the news that you want to follow. RSS is a solution.

Almost every website has an RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. When you follow a website by subscribing to the RSS feed, every time they publish and article, it shows up in your feed.

It’s very easy to set this up.

First, you need a RSS reader. We suggest Inoreader. Other popular readers are NewsBlur and Feedly. We don’t recommend Feedly, as they show our RSS feed to be broken, which it is not. We are investigating this.

Once you have signed up for Inoreader, you can use the search function to find feeds to follow. You can find us by searching for Unlimited Hangout.

You can also manually add feeds to your RSS feed reader. Paste the RSS feed url into Inoreader’s search bar to manually add a feed.

The RSS feed url for many websites is simply the website name with /feed at the end.
The feed for Unlimited Hangout is:

(if you click that link and you have an RSS reader on your device, it will try to open the feed with your reader. If you don’t have a reader installed, clicking the link won’t work.)

That’s it. Now you can be sure that you will see all of the recent articles from the websites you follow.

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