An RSS feed is a Web-based method for letting you know when new documents you’re interested in are available in ProQuest. An icon labeledCreate RSS feed is available as a link:
An RSS feed for your current search, or for a publication title, serves the same purpose as an alert, letting you know when new matching documents, or a new issue are available in ProQuest. However, an RSS feed gives you more flexibility of access. Instead of only being delivered by email, you can integrate your RSS feed into an RSS reader or into a Web page. When you create an RSS feed, ProQuest provides you with a link that you can add to an RSS reader or integrate into your own Web page or a Web page at your institution. Clicking the link at any time will display the most current matching search results, or the most current issue’s contents.
If your administrator has chosen to disable anonymous RSS feeds for your institution’s accounts, when you click the Create RSS feed link you will be prompted to set up a My Research account if you do not have one, or log in to My Research if you do.
Important to know — Content from the ebrary e-books database will not be included in alert emails or RSS delivery at this time.
Create or modify an RSS feed
The Set up your RSS feed and Modify your RSS feed popups are very similar.
Step 1—Review search details
Step 2—Define your RSS feed preferences
Managing your RSS feeds in My Research
Click the RSS feeds tab at the top of your My Research page to display a list of all RSS feeds that you’ve created. By default, your RSS feeds are listed in the order you created them, with the newest RSS feed listed first.