RSS is short for "Really Simple Syndication" and is like a free subscription service: the information you seek is automatically delivered to your desktop. To learn more, see Wikipedia's explanation of RSS.
How can I subscribe to RSS?
Use a newsreader
If you do not have a built-in newsreader, you have the choice between:
Here is a list of web-based newsreaders:
Please find below a list of newsreaders for your information:
For PC users
For Mac users
Note: The OECD is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites, and the list provided here should not be interpreted as either exhaustive or an endorsement of any given product.
Consult news feeds
If a website has an RSS feed available, an RSS link will be provided.
An RSS link ends in or contains ".xml"; just look for an orange rectangle on the site which says RSS (or XML), like this: or this:
A list of the RSS links/feeds available at the OECD can be found here: www.oecd.org/rssfeeds.
Right-click on the RSS link that interests you, select "Copy shortcut" and paste the link in the relevant field in your RSS reader. You will start receiving OECD news as it becomes available.
How can I display an OECD RSS feed on my website?
We encourage the use of OECD RSS feeds as part of a website, subject to our Terms and Conditions for OECD Web Site Usage. However, we do require that the proper format and attribution is used when OECD content appears. The attribution text should read "OECD" or "From OECD" as appropriate. You may not use the OECD logo.
1. You will need to use a service that syndicates RSS news feeds on your website, such as Feedroll: www.feedroll.com/rssviewer/.
2. Select the RSS feed that you are interested in at the OECD at www.oecd.org/rssfeeds and choose a design that suits your website.
3. Then copy and paste the code provided by Feedroll (or a similar program) onto the relevant web page.
Need more information or assistance?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.