Obtaining web feeds
Even if a website does not advertise a web feed, it might still provide one. Try appending
/rss to the URL. If that fails, open the website's source code by pressing
Ctrl+u and then
Ctrl+f to search for
<link rel="alternate" type="application/atom+xml" or
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml". The Firefox addon Awesome RSS adds a clickable icon to the address bar if a web feed is available.
If a website does not provide a feed, try RSS-Bridge.
The following sections describe how to obtain feeds for certain websites.
Commits feeds use the following syntax:
Twitter does not provide feeds but Nitter does. The syntax is as follows:
Subscribe to a channel:
If the channel has a legacy URL ending in
/user/username, you can also use:
You can download your subscriptions list in OPML format by clicking on "Export subscriptions" in the subscription manager.