Headline feed gadget not updating
You used to relax in the morning with a warm cup of coffee, reading your favorite blog, until your life took over and changed everything.
You even had time to browse and meander through several of your favorite blogs. You got busy, or you got a promotion, and your mornings transformed into a busy time where you need to race through emails before the workday started.
You have kids, your responsibilities grow, and it seems like the days grow shorter.
First, you no longer have time to play those games that you used to love so much.
But before that we recommend you get the latest version of IE if you don’t have it. Also you can make a new folder for your feeds (to manage large number of feeds) by clicking on “New Folder” button. That’s how you can subscribe to website’s feed using internet explorer. To do so right click on the sidebar and select “Add gadgets” from the context menu. Select the feed gadget and double click on it to add it to desktop. When you hover your mouse over it, a small wrench icon will appear. Under feeds headline settings, click on the drop down to see all the available feeds.
You can download latest version of internet explorer here. In the next step you need to open your Windows sidebar (if it is not showing up on the desktop). Now select the feed you want to display on the feed widget. You can also select the number of latest stories you want to see inside the gadget. Your feeds are ready to be displayed on the sidebar. In this way you can track your favorite websites or blogs without visiting them.
There are a number of gadgets available, some for fun and some for getting things done.This reader is an enhanced version (of Feed Headlines - which was no longer being updated) and is free, and is also used (by some) within MS. We like free and open source stuff, but we'd appreciate if you could try to help out other people and not just advertise. We’ve received some reports of users noticing that their feeds subscription stop updating after upgrades.If no error shows up, then the following steps might help diagnose and fix the issue. Note: The following steps are *not* addressing Outlook 2007’s RSS support. [10/12/2007] Inserted a note that this post does *not* help with Outlook 2007, this post is focused on the Windows RSS Platform and applications built on top of the platform, for example: Internet Explorer 7, Vista Sidebar Feed Gadget, …If you are having issues with feeds in Outlook please refer to the Outlook blog.