It's No Joke: There's an RSS Feed Handler in Google Chrome, Too5:36 AM
Well if that article was a joke this one must be, too.
Welcome to Google Chrome's RSS feed handler.
Notice that little icon with a circle around it? Whenever there's an RSS feed available on the webpage you're visiting, it shows that. If you click on it you're given a choice between different RSS readers, and you can save your choice so it don't ask you again (which is why there's no screenshot of that dialogue). For the sake of this article, we're going to go with Google Reader, which is what I use.
After clicking on the icon, Google Reader asks me if I would like to subscribe. I click "yes" and this is what I get:
Hey, look, there's my RSS feed! :)
I hope this article has proved enlightening for you. Let me know if there are any other functions you miss in Google Chrome and I will do my best to find them for you.
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