Did you know that you can create your own preloaded tab? Look for New Tab in the upper-left corner of the page. Once you click on this, give your tab a name.
Let’s say you’re interested in everything about television shows–you can title the tab Must-Watch TV. Once you’ve done this, you can start adding feeds to your tab.
How can you add a feed to a tab?
Adding feeds to a tab is easy. You can search for feeds thru the content showcase. Just click + Add Content and you can browse or search for related content feeds. Or, if you want to add a feed from a known site, go to the site and subscribe to their RSS feed. You can usually auto-subscribe from their site—just look for the My Yahoo! button.
Sometimes, only an RSS feed will be available. You’ll have to manually add this to your My Yahoo! tab. Where to find the RSS feed for a website? Usually it’s noted as “RSS” or with this icon:
Once you’ve located the RSS feed:
- Copy the feed, then go to your My Yahoo! tab, then click on + Add Content
- At the bottom of the content showcase, click on Add RSS Feed and paste the RSS feed in the field box that appears
- Once you’ve pasted the RSS feed, click the Add button and the feed will appear
Tune in next time for tips on how to share your tab with a friend.
- My Yahoo! Editorial Team
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