rsstodolist is an URL oriented to-read-list based on an RSS XML feed. Typical use case is to save web pages to read later on a RSS feed.
Add an entry to your feed
1. By using that form :
2. Via a browser extension :
3. 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=https://example.com/
4. 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.
Get your feed :
Remove an URL from your feed
By calling an URL :
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That service is public and "open". That means that anyone knowing your feed name may see your items, add or remove new ones.
For more security & privacy, you could self-host the service (see links below).