What are RSS feeds?
An RSS feed is quite simply a direct information channel between the Metzler website and you. RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and functions pretty much like a news ticker. Whenever we publish a new article, you will receive a notification – even if you haven't actually opened an internet browser at that moment.
How can you use a RSS feed?
You might already be using RSS feeds or have an RSS reader. If so, check first to find out whether your internet browser shows the RSS symbol when you visit the Metzler website or the letters "RSS" are visible in the address line. When clicking this symbol, your browser will offer you the possibility of adding this RSS feed to your RSS subscriptions.
If no RSS symbol can be seen in your browser's address line, the following list of Metzler feeds will help you. Just click the line of the RSS feed which interests you the most, and it will be called up for you to subscribe:
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RSS readers are meanwhile integrated into all the usual internet browsers:
- Internet Explorer, from Version 7
- Mozilla Firefox
In most browsers, it is possible to quite normally add RSS feeds to your bookmarks or favorites – find out the latest headlines by opening them.
RSS feeds in your mail program
Many mail programs also contain an RSS reader function which can be set up using a help function, for example in Microsoft Outlook, from version 2007, or Mozilla Thunderbird.
RSS reader as independent program
If you want to read your RSS feeds without opening your Internet browser, you need an independent RSS reader. Such programs can be downloaded free-of-charge from the Internet. A list of these readers can be found for example in Google's list of RSS readers. You subscribe to the RSS feed by clicking the RSS symbol.
Find out more about RSS in Wikipedia.