Re: [sct-user] Re: clueless
- All that is needed is to set the message archive to public and the RSS icon will appear just below
and to the right of the last 5 messages displayed on the group homepage.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Thad Floryan" <thad@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 10:21 PM
Subject: [sct-user] Re: clueless
> --- In email@example.com, "Thad Floryan" <thad@...> wrote:
>> There are some conditions under which RSS can work with Yahoo groups
>> but I don't know what they are (and, frankly, don't give a damn since
>> RSS is just another intrusion in one's life). Yahoo News has an RSS
>> feed, though.
> FWIW, I just sort-of noticed sct-user has an RSS feed as do some (all?)
> of the other Yahoo groups of which I'm a member. Notice the [RSS] icon
> in the URL address bar in this picture:
> Maybe you (Greg) should visit the "Groups Blog" if still interested in
> Visit the sct-user home page at:
> http://members.aol.com/RMOLLISE/index4.htmlYahoo! Groups Links
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Don D'Egidio" <djd521@...> wrote:
>Ah, that explains why only Rod's groups (of the ones I'm in) have the
> All that is needed is to set the message archive to public and the RSS
> icon will appear just below and to the right of the last 5 messages
> displayed on the group homepage.
RSS icon in the URL bar. Thanks for the info!
There's a bit more to it that that, though, to use it. Since this is
off-topic, the answers and setup are at the sct-user home page; just to
the right of the [RSS] icon as mentioned above click on "What's this?".
Greg, there's your answer -- you don't need to do anything other than
make the message archives of your group(s) public and RSS is enabled.
For sct-user, the RSS feed is: