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Using RSS feeds
RSS means 'rich site summary' but is often also known as 'really simple syndication.' It enables you to keep up-to-date with the latest content from your chosen sites, without needed to visit each site daily.
To use RSS, you'll need a feed reader that will regularly check your feeds for any new content that has been added to them (see our suggestions of feed readers on the right).
You can subscribe to a feed in various ways, but it usually involves cutting and pasting the feed URL (eg http://policy-practice.oxfam.org.uk/blog/rss) into your news reader.
As a tip, anyone using the Chrome web browser should install Chrome's RSS subscription extension to improve the way the browser handles feeds.
If you experience any issues with Oxfam's RSS feeds, please let us know.
Popular RSS readers
In 2013, Google Reader closed its doors, but there are still plenty of free RSS readers available. Here are some of our favourites:
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