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Your RSS Feeds Your Way

Posted on 5.27.2008
If, like me, you subscribe to a plethora of RSS feeds, you probably spend more time than you'd like scanning hundreds of headlines searching for something relevant to your interests. That's where FilterMyRSS comes in.

This handy tool lets you filter the information you designate through your feeds, so you don't waste time looking through other non-relevant blog posts. Choose to filter your feeds based on "description" (the body of the article), "title" (title of the article) or "category" (chosen by the author). Essentially, you enter your RSS feed URL, then some keywords. FilterMyRSS then scans your feeds and gives you a new feed that you copy to your feed reader. Now you get only those posts related to the keywords you entered. You can compare the original feed to the new one by using the "advanced" option, making sure you're not missing anything. No signup, registration or email is required.
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