What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication or, sometimes called, Rich Site Summary) is an XML-based format for distributing web content, such as the recent posted messages in the Discussion Forums. You can use RSS to read or display recent forum messages on another location of your choice. Here are some examples:
How do I read messages in an RSS reader or news aggregator?
Just enter the RSS URL. You can copy the RSS URL by right clicking on th RSS button and selecting "Copy Link Location". Please check the instructions for your individual program/service.
How do I add RSS to My Yahoo?
In your My Yahoo! page:
How do I display messages in my blog?
First, make sure your blog supports the display of syndicated RSS content. If so, add the RSS URL in the appropriate area of your blog provider. Please check the help pages for your service, as the location varies by provider.
How would get my photography-related Yahoo! Group listed on the Discussion Forum Syndication?
RSS is available only for Yahoo! Groups configured by their owners to show messages to the public. Configure the group to be public, and then send us a message. Sharing your group's syndication with our Discussion Forum Syndication could lead to more traffic to your group.
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