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Full RSS Feeds Are Now Enabled on BPT

Full RSS Feed Now Available on Beyond Photo Tips

We’re excited to announce that full RSS feeds are back! This means that you’ll be able to read full-length posts right in your favorite RSS feed reader. All of our content will be readable in your feed reader and you’ll never have to click out to the website to read the rest of an article. Now, easily subscribe to updates from our site using your preferred feed reader or other software, and receive notifications whenever we publish new content.

New RSS Feed for Beyond Photo Tips

If you’re among the few who continue to read content with an RSS feed, you’re not surprised at all. As of November, full feeds have been enabled for all our content. There are a few changes, so if you’re subscribed to our old feed, we ask that you update your settings to point to the new feed URL.

Feed Reader Choices:

If you’re looking for an RSS Feed Reader suggestion: I use, but there are a number of other options available to you. Let me list some of them for you so that it’s easy.

  1. Feedly: This is a popular online feed reader that allows you to organize and read your favorite blogs and websites in one place. Available across platforms.
  2. Inoreader: This is another popular online feed reader that offers a variety of features and customization options.
  3. The Old Reader: This is an online feed reader that is designed to be simple and easy to use.
  4. Reeder: This is a popular feed reader app for iOS and macOS devices.
  5. NetNewsWire: This is a free feed reader app for macOS and iOS devices that is known for its simplicity and ease of use.
  6. NewsBlur: This is an online feed reader that offers a variety of features and customization options.
  7. BazQux Reader: This is an online feed reader that is known for its fast performance and user-friendly interface.
  8. Flipboard: This is a popular news and magazine app that also includes an RSS feed reader feature, although I’m not so fond of it anymore because of the slightly confusing interface, and slightly algorithmic content stream.
  9. ReadKit: This is a popular app for reading RSS feed content from the web. It’s available for iOS and macOS.

What is RSS, and How Do I Use It?

If you’ve not used a feed reader, or don’t know what an RSS feed reader is, you can learn about RSS feeds in this 3-minute video. Unfortunately, not all the readers mentioned here are still available, so use the links mentioned above instead. How things work is still the same.

RSS in Plain English

Always Available on RSS

We hope that this will make it easier for you to stay up-to-date with all of the latest photography tips, techniques, and inspiration from Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to bringing you even more great content in the future.

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