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Reading Feeds

Because, by definition, a feed you contains content that updates regularly, you’ll want to stay on top of your feeds and peruse them for new content as often as you can. As I mentioned earlier, you have two ways to view your feeds: the Favorites Center and Windows Sidebar.

To view feeds via the Favorites Center, click the Favorites Center button and then click Feeds. (Immediately after you subscribe to a feed, you can also click the View My Feeds link.) Figure 18.10 shows a Feeds list with a few subscribed feeds. If the feed name appears in bold type, it means the feed has added new content since the last time you read it; feed names that appear in regular text have not added content. To be sure, you can refresh a feed: either click the Refresh This Feed button that appears when you hover the mouse over a feed (see Figure 18.10) or right-click the feed and then click Refresh. To view a feed, click it in the Feeds list. (After you click a feed, Internet Explorer closes the Favorites Center. If you’re going through several feeds, be sure to keep the Favorites Center onscreen by first clicking the Pin the Favorites Center button.)


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