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Sams Teach Yourself Basecamp in 10 Minutes by Patrice-Anne Rutledge

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Lesson 14. Working with RSS Feeds

In this lesson, you learn how to use RSS feeds to stay up-to-date on your Basecamp project activity.

Understanding RSS Feeds

RSS feeds help you stay on top of your project activity without reading multiple emails or logging in to Basecamp just to see if there’s anything new. A feed provides a list of your most recent project activity, including messages, comments, to-dos, milestones, file uploads, and writeboard updates.

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RSS

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, a popular format for web feeds. Content publishers can syndicate their content with a feed, making it available for users to subscribe to it and view with feed reader applications (also called newsreaders, aggregators, or RSS readers). ...

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