You do not need to save the search, just create it from the selects then run it by clicking "Add and Search".
The results will be displayed, along with a link for RSS on the left side. In order to access the feeds your RSS client needs to support cookies or you need to be using external authentication.
While News app includes a handful of curated Apple-approved sites, users can customize the app on their own by adding websites they like, and also use the News app as an RSS reader.
This allows you to add just about any site or feed to News app yourself, including great sites like this one. Can’t find a site you like in the Apple approved list on News app?
No problem, here’s how you can add them yourself from Safari in i OS and subscribe directly: Now you can launch News app and under the “Favorites” section will be the RSS feeds and websites you added yourself, making News app into an RSS reader of sorts that is built directly into i OS.
This is nice in that it allows you to add whatever websites and feeds you want, even if they aren’t pre-bundled in the official list within Apple approved sites.
Simply Right Click on cmd button and select “Run as Administrator” If you get the message “Direct Access (no proxy server)“, continue to the next step otherwise disable proxy from Network Settings.
Once you have chosen a news reader, all you have to do is to decide what content you want it to receive.
Of course, some users may recall that i OS Safari has a Shared Links feature that can also subscribe to RSS by way of Twitter accounts, so if you have no use for News app you can still subscribe to your favorite websites by way of Twitter as well.
perl module is required for RT to generate the feeds.
Alternatively, you need to put your username and password into the URLs as New. // Is there ever going to be any support for custom RSS feeds, where things actually appear by the latest event? [email protected] can use the share/html/Search/to customize your feed.
You should copy this file to the local/html/Search folder before editing.