Stay connected with SURS by subscribing to one of our news feeds delivered via RSS.
SURS news feeds are a new way for us to distribute information as soon as it is updated on the SURS website. Using Really Simple Syndication (RSS), we can feed new articles or information to a group of subscribers automatically.
What does an RSS feed do?
Normally, in order to receive up-to-date information from a company, you have to visit their website. An RSS feed allows you to see updated information as it happens because the information is delivered to your web browser or feed reader in real time.
The RSS feed provides headlines and descriptions of content, along with links to the full articles. RSS feeds are typically linked or indicated by an orange rectangle with the letters RSS. Sometimes the presence of RSS feeds is indicated by an orange rectangle with the letters XML, or by the RSS icon .
If you are already familiar with using RSS feeds, get started now.
How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?
In order to subscribe to a SURS RSS feed, you will need an RSS reader. Use your favorite search engine to find an RSS reader. Many are available for free, and some newer browsers such as Firefox, Internet Explorer 8, Opera, and Safari have RSS readers built in. These readers allow you to subscribe to RSS feeds and will check the RSS feeds for you automatically and update you with the latest news.
If you do not have a web browser that automatically subscribes you to the feed, there are other options. When you see the RSS icon on our site, click on the icon, and a new page will open. Simply copy the web address from your navigation bar and paste it into your RSS reader.
Once you subscribe to an RSS feed, news is available in your reader. When you see a headline that interests you, click the link to view the full article or updated page.
How do I find SURS RSS Feeds?
For your convenience, you can access the SURS RSS feeds by going to the RSS Feeds page. If there is a related SURS news feed in other areas of the website, we'll display the RSS icon and provide a link to take you directly to the feed. See the SURS sitemap for additional feeds.