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RSS, an acronym for "Really Simple Syndication", is a standard distribution format that websites, such as news, sports, and blog sites, use to send updated headlines automatically to people like yourself. Most of the content you add to My Yahoo! are RSS feeds, and we’ve made it easy for you to add them through our browse and search features. If you can’t find the content you want in our content gallery and you know the URL for an RSS source, you can add the RSS feed to My Yahoo!.
View the tab to which you want to add content by clicking its name in the tab bar.
Open the content gallery by clicking Add Content.
Click Add RSS Feed found in the bottom-center of the gallery.
In the box, type or paste the URL of the RSS feed source, then click the Add button.
When you’ve added the content you want, click the I’m Done button.
The content appears at the top of the left or right column on your tab.
Some websites help you add their RSS feeds to My Yahoo! When you find such a site, follow their instructions to add the feed to your tab.