What is RSS?
RSS, an acronym for Really Simple Syndication, is a simple, standardized method of content distribution that can help you stay up to date with your favorite blogs, news feeds, websites, social media channels. Instead of visiting sites one-by-one to get current and new posts or subscribing to sites to receive notifications of new posts, find the RSS feed on the website and then browse for new posts in that RSS reader.
All you see on platforms like social media are the most liked things people share. But you, with the RSS feed, see everything this website publishes, every post. To find an RSS feed on a website, look at the site's home page. On many sites, RSS feeds are displayed as an orange button containing RSS or XML abbreviation files.
How RSS Works
Really Simple Syndication is an option for authors on the website to post notifications of new and updated content on these sites. This content may include blog posts, weather reports, newsletters and podcasts.
To share these notifications, the author of the website creates a text file with XML file extension for the RSS feed containing the description, title and title of every post on the site. Afterwards, the author of the site uses this XML file he has prepared to add an RSS feed to the web pages on the site. The XML file automatically aggregates new content via this RSS feed in a standard format that can be viewed in any RSS reader.
Benefits of RSS Feeds
If you want to see all the news and content on a site one-by-one, instead of navigating through the categories, it will be enough to subscribe to RSS feeds. For example; Clicking on the RSS feed button after logging in to www.drask.in will allow you to access the content on this site by spending less time. This allows you to save your time.