Keeping Up With The Literature: RSS

RSS Channels

RSS Readers

Once you found an RSS channel of your interest, you should add that to an RSS reader, which will update periodically their content and keep track of your reading. Nowadays, a bunch of reader alternatives can be found, including offline software and browser extensions. My personal choice is Feedly, an online service that can be easily accessed by web browsers or using apps like Reeder. In Feedly, you can organize your RSS collection in feed folders, according to the subjects of your interest. It also has useful tools to find channels and also to follow newsletters. I’ve been using this for years and the Free version has been enough until now.

I hope you enjoy this small tutorial! Are you now ready to keep up with your research field literature?

Best regards and stay safe!