Using RSS Feeds

An easy way to get the latest news and updates from the TMSPA Weblog is via RSS feed. RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” and provides a way to get content updates automatically from RSS-enabled blogs and websites without having to visit the respective websites.

If you’re already tracking other RSS feeds, you can add the TMSPA Weblog RSS feed by simply clicking on the RSS Feed link at the top of the TMSPA Weblog pages and it will add our RSS feed link to your default RSS reader application.

If you’re not following RSS feeds, you’ll need to choose an RSS reader application to monitor them.

RSS for Macintosh

If you’re using Mac OS X 10.4 or higher, Apple’s Mail application supports monitoring RSS feeds. To make Mail your default RSS reader, open Mail’s Preferences and select the RSS tab. Set Mail to be the default RSS app and choose your options for update checking and how long to keep posts.

Web browsers like Firefox and Opera also support monitoring RSS feeds – check your version for adding them to your Feeds list.

There are also many freeware RSS reader application to choose from. Here’s a link to VersionTracker with the highest-rated RSS reader applications for Macintosh.

RSS for Windows

Depending on your version of Windows, you will need to check if your default email application supports getting RSS feeds. Older versions of Outlook and Outlook Express do not support RSS. We are not able to report on availability in newer versions at this time.

Web browsers like Firefox and Opera support monitoring RSS feeds – check your version for adding them to your Feeds list.

There are also many freeware RSS reader application to choose from. Here’s a link to¬†VersionTracker with the highest-rated RSS reader applications for Windows.