How to find RSS feeds on a Website

Detecting a feed in a browser:

Google chrome:
Add the  RSS Subscription Extension (by Google) from the webstore.
After this you will see the RSS icon on the top right of the browser.
When a feed for the page is detected the RSS ICON will turn orange.

Clicking on the Icon will display the RSS feed. You can copy the URL and paste it in the Source field of the RSS source creation in Attensa.

Mozilla Firefox

Add the RSS subscription ICON add-on "RSS Feed Icon in Navbar"
When an RSS feed for a page is detected the orange RSS ICON is placed at the end of the URL field.

Clicking on the Icon will display the RSS feed. You can copy the URL and paste it in the Source field of the RSS source creation in Attensa.

Internet Explorer
In IE the RSS Icon is displayed in the status bar. No need to download an add-on.

When a feed for the page is detected the RSS ICON will turn orange.
Clicking on the Icon will display the RSS feed. You can copy the URL and paste it in the Source field of the RSS source creation in Attensa.

Microsoft Edge
Does not support RSS feed detection.

Using a tool to find RSS feeds

Instand RSS Search
This is a community service that will try to extract the available RSS feeds for a Website.
Instant RSS Search
http://ctrlq.org/rss/

Instant RSS Search is a Google powered feed engine to help you discover RSS feeds around your favorite topics. Try one of these sample search queries:

  • tech news - find RSS feeds of all the popular blogs and news websites that cover technology related topics.
  • site:thenextweb.com - find all the RSS feeds offered by your favorite web publisher (like thenextweb.com).
  • edward snowden site:nytimes.com - find all RSS feeds around a particular topic from a single website (like The New York Times).
  • allintitle:revision3 - find podcasts feeds from Revision3. 5. google inurl:twitter.com - find all the official Google accounts on Twitter.

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