RSS Subscription with IE10 or 11
How to Subscribe to RSS Feeds with Internet Explorer 10 and 11
Navigate to a favorite website — like Professor Main's blog, iSchool Curriculum Center:
Locate the RSS button () in the browser's command bar (if the command bar is not visible, right-click near the top of your browser and check Command bar):
Click or key the RSS button (depending on your settings, you may need to experiment by selecting "RSS" or "ATOM" from a drop-down menu next to the button).
Note: When visiting sites that do not offer RSS, the RSS icon will appear gray () and will not be functional.
The RSS content of the feed will be displayed, and you will be given the option to subscribe.
If you do not see the option to subscribe, try returning to the previous page and making a different selection from the drop-down menu to the right of the RSS button.
Click or key the Subscribe to this feed link.
Internet Explorer will ask you where to store the feed:
The default location is a folder called Feeds.
Click or key the Subscribe button to accept the default location and continue.
Now, you can check your RSS feeds at any time. Go to View > Explorer bars > Feeds (or press Ctl+Shift+G) to display a list of all the feeds you are currently subscribed to:
Click on the name of a feed to read it.
The feed content will be displayed in your browser window:
- IE8: How to Add Feeds and WebSlices to the Favorites Bar - A tutorial for IE8 users.
- Microsoft: Use RSS feeds in Internet Explorer - Microsoft help page.