Step 1: Find the feed
If there is an RSS feed associated with a webpage, you will see a badge labelled RSS in the address bar. Simply click it to see the feed contents.
Step 2: Reading the feed
Here you can see the feed itself. On the right-hand side of the screen, you will see a variety of options. You can sort the feed by date, title, source or new.
Step 3: Choose article length
Depending on your preference, you can choose to have as much preview as you wish. Just slide the Article Length option – here we have just headlines.
Step 4: Search the feed
You can also search through your feed. Just type your query into the Search Articles box. You can bookmark it by clicking Bookmark This Search.
Step 5: Add a folder
It’s good practice to keep all of your bookmarks in specific folders for use later on. Just click Bookmarks and choose Add Bookmark Folder and name it.
Step 6: Alter the preferences
Go to Safari>Preferences and click the RSS tab in the pop-up box. Here, you can choose where you want updated pieces to appear.
Step 7: Find the feeds
Feeds which have been bookmarked will appear in your Bookmarks folder. You can see which are feeds by the use of a small RSS badge alongside them.
Step 8: Using Mail program
As well as using Safari as an RSS reader, you can also use Mail. To do so, click Subscribe In Mail on the right- hand sidebar in Safari and the program will open.