2.7. Creating RSS Feeds for Your List

RSS feeds provide another way to track changes to a list or library. RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, has gone through several changes in the past 10 years since the idea of content syndication across the Internet got its start. Web designers wanted a way to publish frequently updated information such as news that people could subscribe to and receive automatically without forcing them to return to their site. Originally, to read an RSS feed, you needed to find and download or purchase a program that could receive the RSS feeds and display their content as readable text. Today, you can use IE 7.0 or Microsoft Office 2007 or later versions to subscribe and read RSS feeds. In addition, dozens ...

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