How to Change the Feed Reader on Firefox

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Mozilla Firefox contains built-in support for Web feeds, also known as RSS or Atom feeds. When a Web page contains a feed, Firefox displays an orange feed icon in the address bar. You can click the icon to open the feed in your default feed reader. Firefox's default feed reader is a preview page that displays the contents of the feed, but you can change it to a third-party Web-based or desktop application. You can also create a live bookmark in the feed. Live bookmarks are bookmark folders that Firefox updates with the contents of the feed.

Instructions

    • 1

      Click the "Firefox" menu button at the upper-left corner of the Mozilla Firefox window and click "Options" in the menu.

    • 2

      Click the "Applications" icon at the top of the options window.

    • 3

      Click the box to the right of "Web Feed" in the list and click a feed reader in the list. You can add additional feed readers by clicking "Use Other" in the list, clicking "Browse," browsing to the feed reader program on your computer and double-clicking it.

    • 4

      Repeat this process for the "Podcast" and "Video Podcast" content types in the list.

    • 5

      Click the "OK" button.

Tips & Warnings

  • Click the "Tools" menu if you don't see a "Firefox" menu button.

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