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Yammer, the social network for your business, is a valuable resource.As we’ve covered in the past in blog posts and videos, it’s one of our favorite resources for reducing email clutter.(See the instructions for creating an RSS Feed for a Specific Search.) To create an RSS feed for all studies on Clinical Trials.gov, do not enter any words in the search boxes, click on Search or Search all studies (depending on which page you are on).To practice subscribing to a feed for Recruiting studies on Huntington Disease using your browser, follow these steps: After you have subscribed, you can view the RSS feed at any time using the same browser.We published an overview of Live Bookmarks in 2014, but Firefox supported the feature for much longer.Live Bookmarks allowed Firefox users to subscribe to a site's RSS feed so that new articles would be displayed in a bookmarks folder in the web browser.
The process may be slightly different for other browsers.This page explains how to set up RSS feeds that will notify you of new study information on Clinical Subscribing to an RSS feed saves you time because you will not have to check each study record in your search results for updates.RSS feeds can provide updates to the results of a specific search, on all recently added , or on all recently modified studies.The RSS feed will automatically list additions and updates to your search results in either your Internet browser or a feed reader (see How to Subscribe to a Feed). To create the feed from the Search Results page, follow the instructions provided in the example below.
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