To practice subscribing to a feed for Recruiting studies on Huntington Disease using your browser, follow these steps: After you have subscribed, you can view the RSS feed at any time using the same browser.
The title of each feed item is the title of the study record that has been added or updated.
To create the feed from the Search Results page, follow the instructions provided in the example below.
To practice creating an RSS feed for a targeted search for recruiting studies about the condition Huntington Disease, follow these steps: To read the RSS feed updates, you need a reader, also called an aggregator.
The process may be slightly different for other browsers.
Refer to your browser's help files for more information.
Subscribing to an RSS feed saves you time because you will not have to check each study record in your search results for updates.
RSS feeds can provide updates to the results of a specific search, on all recently added study records, or on all recently modified studies.
Both versions have the same basic organization: vertical space divided in three parts: the list of feeds, followed by the list of feed items below and finally the actual content of an individual feed.Each time you visit the page, you will see all the current results for your search, including records that have been recently added or updated and records that have not changed.We have an in-house Firefox add-on at work, and I'd like to be notified of new Firefox releases so I can test our add-on right away. I'm also on Ubuntu and use the Firefox from Ubuntu, so even if I did have it as my primary browser, it takes some time before I get the latest Firefox version.(See the instructions for creating an RSS Feed for a Specific Search.) Copy the URL of the RSS feed page open in your browser and paste it into your feed reader application or software.The process for subscribing to a feed varies, depending on the feed reader software.