It’s located in the upper-left side of the interface. To get the feed, left-click on rss and then copy the URL into Feedly. What technology will Google take away from you next?
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Of the many kinds of products out there, Kimono offers the most amount of versatility but with a fair amount of complexity, relative to services like Page2RSS. It can do a lot more than simply generate an RSS feed. The icon then appears in the upper-right side of the browser, along with any other extensions. I recommend paying careful attention to the instructions, in case you need to use the extension for another project in the future.
Kannon is a Tech Journalist (BA) with a background in international affairs (MA) with an emphasis on economic development and international trade.