Safari rss feeds not updating
We're sure that within a few days, you will begin to love our little creative touches.We plan on a very active development cycle, so please spread the word and send us any feedback you may have!This little app has stood the test of time in my fickle world of little Mac utilities.It’s a simple way to add feeds with filtering to all your favorite sites without annoying notifications or distractions.Back in 2013 I could not find an RSS reader that met my needs.I wanted something dead simple, intuitive and fast.It also protects your privacy, allowing you to get information sent to you without providing your e-mail address or personal information, as you would with an e-mail newsletter. Everything contained in the feeds is also available on the CSUEB news Web site.
When you create a social media account, in essence you get your own Web page, where adding or changing content is broadcast to anyone who is following you.
When i OS 7 and OS X Mavericks debuted about two years ago, one of the smaller features that made its way into Safari was support for “Shared Links” — an aggregate of all of the links in the user’s Twitter feed that could be accessed from a third panel over from the Bookmarks and Reading List sections.
While the feature received little fanfare even then compared to the overall UI design and other sweeping changes, when i OS 8 came along, Apple even more quietly snuck in support for adding RSS feeds into the Shared Links section.
One final note to keep in mind, though: Since the “Add to Shared Links” button needs to detect an RSS feed in order to appear, sometimes you’ll need to wait until the site finishes loading before it shows up.
So if it’s not appearing, wait a few seconds and try again.