RSS Feed of GreenwichStreets.com
RSS feeds can be real time savers. You simply add the RSS button to your menu toolbar and when you click on it the latest headlines will appear in a drop down menu. Just select the headline you want and you go right to it. You can also quickly see if there are any new headlines since the last time you checked. All new items will be in bold in the drop down menu.
Below are instructions for creating an RSS feed in the Internet Explorer and Firefox web browsers.
Internet Explorer 8 instructions
In IE 8 any page with an RSS feed will turn the RSS button on the toolbar orange like this:
Then all you need do is click on the button. The RSS feed page comes up, click on "subscribe to this feed". In the pop-up box make sure you click "Add to Favorites Bar" and then click subscribe. You should now have a dropdown menu with the GreenwichStreets.com titles. You can also get to the feed by clicking on the Favorites star and then clicking on the feeds tab.
RSS Feeds in Firefox are easy. If the site has an RSS feed. the RSS orange button will appear in the address bar to the right of the URL. Click on the orange button and click on subscribe in the pop-up.
Short names on toolbar
The RSS feed will appear as "Greenwichstreets.com" if you have a lot of bookmarks and want to save space. Just right click on Greenwichstreets.com and select properties. You can then type in whatever name you want to appear by changing the "Name" box. I use "GS News".