Google Chrome RSS Support
By on January 21st, 2009

is definitely a browser worth using, however it still lacks quite a lot of features for mainstream users, which includes lack of support for add-ons like and the lack of RSS support.

In the past though we have told you about several bookmarklets, that would help you add some of the missing features to Google Chrome.

If you miss the RSS support in Google Chrome, there is a simple way in which you can now add support through the use of a bookmarklet. To get RSS support for Chrome, follow the simple steps listed below.

Step 1: Visit http://www.feeds.ramisp.org/ in Google Chrome.

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Step 2: Drag the bookmarklets to View RSS Feedsand Auto-Detect RSS Feedsto your browser bookmarks bar.

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Step 3: When you are on a website that supports feed, click on Auto-Detect RSS Feeds bookmarklet, it will show you the options to subscribe to the feed. You can also use the View RSS Feeds to convert the feed into a readable format, with subscription options by clicking on the View RSS Feeds bookmarklet while browsing the actual feed URL.

Do you use any other bookmarklets with Chrome? Do share them with us, through your comments.

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  • http://www.livewiretest.com arc fault breaker

    and that is why im choosing to stick with firefox. ill wait and see if chrome gets quite a bit better before i make such a switch
    -john

  • http://www.smasra.com Money Academy

    i try Chrome in the past and it was just realased , but i read some news telling me it have bugs ” so i stopped using it ” i still use firefox and like them add-ons .
    do you think that Chrome will have fireftp add-on to make it easy for me to upload files to my server ?
    i think google will make it but need time. when this time comes i will switch

  • http://www.smasra.com Money Academy

    i try Chrome in the past and it was just released , but i read some news telling me it have bugs ” so i stopped using it ” i still use firefox and like them add-ons .
    do you think that Chrome will have fireftp add-on to make it easy for me to upload files to my server ?
    i think google will make it but need time. when this time comes i will switch

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  • Natalia

    Thanks for the tip…most useful!

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  • Ben

    Hey, thanks for the useful post. I have recently moved to Chrome from Firefox, there are many aspects I like about Chrome for example the larger small interface making the websites appear bigger etc. I stumbled on this post as I couldn't add my rss streams that I had been using in firefox. Although this post is useful, I am still not able to view them as I was in firefox… (In a drop down menu, which I could click at any time, without changing my current website) Do you know if it is possible to do this? Thanks for the help in advance

  • http://www.maurycountydirectory.com/index.php toehead410

    Bu how do you detect RSS feeds when viewing a page in Google Chrome? I use FF most of the time anyway, but this would be a nice feature to have.

  • http://www.ldh.org.mz Rui

    Sorry for misplacing the code on the comment above. Just click on the link to see whats my problem.
    Tanx!

  • david hamp-gonsalves

    As a weekend project I created an extension that mimics Firefox's live bookmarks handling of RSS feeds. Its does this by syncing your feeds with bookmark folders and offers most of what FIrefox does. Try it out and see what you think.
    <a&gt <a href="http://;https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/jpgagcapnkccceppgljfpoadahaopjdb” target=”_blank”>;https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/jpgagcapnkccceppgljfpoadahaopjdb

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  • http://twitter.com/fondalo Robert Caruso

    Is there a way to convert a bookmark folder in chrome to an RSS feed?

 
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