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Syndicate your Yahoo 360 profile

 

Category: Syndication

Did you always wonder how some people change their profile so often and always got something to say on their Yahoo! 360 profile? Time for you to learn this and use it for your account as well!

Yahoo! 360o is a very nice way to maintain a personal profile, write your own blog and very much interact with all other Yahoo features.

Besides the many options you have in your account there is also a nice feature to share RSS feeds. But why would you want to share feeds? Because they are added to your profile automatically, updating your Yahoo 360o every time the feed brings something new.

Yahoo 360 profile with RSS feeds

If you want to see more information on RSS files check out:
http://bubble.ro/What_is_RSS.html

And why is it so important to change your profile often? Besides the fact that you show something new to your friends all the time, profiles that changed recently are placed first in friends lists such.

So, how can you use this miracle feature? Just go to your Yahoo 360 profile, then check out My page.

Yahoo 300 My page link

There you will find a section with feeds. If you never added any feeds, you'll see a link to quickly Add a Feed (via RSS).

Yahoo 360 Add a feed (via RSS)

Click on it and you should see a nice page explaining more about RSS feeds and the option to add up to 3 different feeds to your profile.

Yahoo 360 Add a feed

Just add some feeds of your choice, for example our Bubble.ro feed and let your profile update itself.

Yahoo 360 My profile with RSS feed

Feeds will be shown on the main page of your profile (last one added in detail and the others just links), although people can click on the See Feeds link to check them out all.

Related Links:

http://360.yahoo.com
http://bubble.ro/What_is_RSS.html
http://bubble.ro/rss.xml

Posted by: Indy on March 17, 2006 at 18:56.
 

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