Feeds

An easy way to follow VoxEU (and other sites)

"RSS feeds" allow you to receive news about Vox columns directly to your desktop, iPhone, iPad, etc. 

RSS is something like a real-time email notification but the 'messages' (e.g. title and teaser of latest Vox columns) come to your "RSS reader" rather than your inbox.

  • You don't have to come to Vox, Vox comes to you!

 What is an RSS Feed?

RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication". Most major web sites have RSS, including Vox.

  • It is an easy way to be alerted about new things on Vox. 

How do I use an RSS Feed?

First, you need an "RSS Reader".

 What feeds does Vox provide?

To access feeds from your browser (say on a PC or Mac)

  • Click on the link above and follow the instructions.
  • To find other Vox feeds, type "VoxEU" into the search box where it's written: "entry URL, title, #topic". You'll see the various Vox RSS feeds you can follow. For example, VoxEU.org: Recent Articles has over 20,000 followers.
  • P.S. You need a Google Account to run this - but the up side is that it makes it effortless to synch across your laptop, desktop, iPhone, etc. 

To access from your iPhone, iPad or Android device

  • Go to the App store for your device and search for "Feedly"
  • Install.
  • Touch on the 'bars' top left to pull up the LOGON screen; log on with the same Google account and you automatically get the RSS feeds you added on all your other devices.

 

It's just that easy!

 

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