RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is used to publish frequently updated content from a website.
Signing up to an RSS feed means you will be notified when new content has been added. Therefore, rather than having to continuously search your favourite websites for new content, updates and news comes to you.
ISO's RSS feeds
We have a number of RSS feeds you can sign up to.
2. Standards Catalogue – This RSS feed will notify you of any new standards or other deliverables published. When you sign up for the first time you will receive the last 60 updates. Following this you will be notified of any future change. You can subscribe from the Standards Catalogue page.
3. ICS, TC or SC - This RSS feed will notify you of any new standards or deliverables in a particular subject area (as described by the ICS or International Classification for Standards) or from a particular Technical Committee (TC) or Subcomittee (SC). When you sign up for the first time you will receive the last 25 updates. Following this you will be notified of any future change. You can subscribe from the relevant ICS, TC or SC page.
4. Standard or deliverable –This RSS feed will notify you of any changes to a particular standard or deliverable. You can subscribe on the relevant page in the Standards Catalogue.
How to set up an RSS feed
To read an RSS feed you need a feed reader. Most internet browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari are able to read RSS feeds. You can also use online feed aggregators offered by internet sites such as Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft Live etc. In addition you can download a reader to your computer such as NewzCrawler, FeedDemon, Awasu and Newsfire.
Once you have chosen your reader you just need to click on the RSS icon to sign up.