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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format which enables the simple distribution of online content.PersonnelToday.com offers its users the chance to access the very latest HR news stories using this format in conjunction with a downloaded RSS reader, via a web-based RSS program, or through the latest web browsers such as Internet Explorer 7 and Mozilla Firefox..
This completely free service lets you look over headlines and summaries of all the latest PersonnelToday.com stories which you can than click on to be taken to the full version.
PersonnelToday.com currently uses RSS version 2.0.
To use a PersonnelToday.com RSS feed you simply need a RSS reader.
Talk to your IS department for advice - they may be able to suggest the most suitable RSS reader for your machine. Google Directory has a comprehensive list of RSS readers of various types and the BBC offers some useful guidance on how to start using RSS feeds.
Once a reader is downloaded all you need to do is click on the feed buttons that take your interest below and follow the instructions on your RSS reader to access the headlines.
RSS feeds can also be integrated into website or intranet pages to provide a "latest news" section on a web page.
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You can also use our RSS feeds so that they display directly on your web site or intranet.
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