Add an entry to your feed
1. By using that form :
Please note that feed "somename" is limited to links from "http://en.wikipedia.org" to prevent spam.
2. By calling an URL :
- By default, the feed title will be fetched from the web page title. You may force it by using the "&title" parameter.
- Also, by default, your feed will contain 25 items. You can change that by setting "&limit" parameter from 1 to 100.
- A description for the link may be added by using the "description" parameter
- You may also use short parameters like "n" for "name", "u" for "url", "t" for "title", "l" for "limit" or "d" for "description" like that : /add?n=somename&u=http://www.google.com/
3. By using that bookmarklet :
Simply drag and drop that rsstodolist bookmarklet to your browser toolbar. Then, clicking on that bookmark will add current page to the RSS feed.
4. By using a Google Chrome extension :
A Google Chrome extension is available to add current URL by a single click, remove it and access your feed.
5. By using a Firefox extension :
6. By using a Safari extension :
7. By using Hubot :
Get your feed :
Remove an URL from your feed
By calling an URL :
Contact me on twitter (@paulgreg) or at gmail (my username is paulgreg).
That service is public and "open". That means that anyone knowing your feed name may see your items, add or remove new ones.
If you’re concern about privacy, you could host that service on your own server. See below to fetch source code.
- at code.google.com/p/rsstodolist/ : rsstodolist Google App Engine, Chrome extension and old version of Firefox add-on sources,
- at github.com/paulgreg/rsstodolist-server/ : a django version of rsstodolist that you can host yourself,
- at github.com/paulgreg/rsstodolist-firefox/ : new version of Firefox Add-on.