You can view RSS pages one at a time, or have Safari present several on a single page. This lets you quickly scan articles from several websites without visiting each one individually.
As you view RSS pages, notice the options on the right side of the Safari window that let you search and sort the articles, and determine how many lines of the article are presented in the RSS view. Safari also displays the total number of articles, and the number of unread articles. If you subscribe to a feed that is bookmarked in Safari, both Mail and Safari indicate the number of unread articles.
View a single RSS page
- Open Safari if it is not already open, and then go to a webpage that has an RSS version.
- If a webpage has an RSS version, an RSS button appears in the Safari address field. Click RSS to view the RSS page.If you see a Reader button, press and hold the Reader button, and then choose Show RSS from the menu.
View several RSS pages at once
- Open Safari if it is not already open.
- To view your bookmark list, click the open-book icon.
- To create a new “untitled folder,” click the Add (+) button at the bottom of the sidebar on the left. Rename the folder with a name of your choosing.
- Drag bookmarks for two or more RSS pages into the new folder.
- In the sidebar, click either Bookmarks Bar or Bookmarks Menu.
- Drag the folder of RSS pages to the list on the right.
Now you can click the folder’s name in the bookmarks bar or Bookmarks menu, and choose View All RSS Articles.