Google Adds RSS Content to Personalization

Last night multiple Searchblog readers alerted me that Google is now supporting personalized content on its personalized home page services. Google already supports RSS in GMail, but this "Add Content"-"Creat a Section" part of the service is new. In essence, it's an RSS reader. Bloglines, My Yahoo, you got…

AddcontentLast night multiple Searchblog readers alerted me that Google is now supporting personalized content on its personalized home page services. Google already supports RSS in GMail, but this “Add Content”-“Creat a Section” part of the service is new. In essence, it’s an RSS reader. Bloglines, My Yahoo, you got served.

Google’s Blog entry here.

Author: John Battelle

A founder of NewCo (current CEO), sovrn (Chair), Federated Media, Web 2 Summit, The Industry Standard, Wired. Author, investor, board member (Acxiom, Sovrn, NewCo), bike rider, yoga practitioner.

5 thoughts on “Google Adds RSS Content to Personalization”

  1. So slick. And with the three-column format, drag and drop interface, and easy customization of each section, this is the winner, hands down. Now I can get my Searchblog and Adrants via Google – HOT!

  2. So slick. And with the three-column format, drag and drop interface, and easy customization of each section, this is the winner, hands down. Now I can get my Searchblog and Adrants via Google – HOT!

  3. John, one correction: I, and presumably manyother Gmailers, cannot currently subscribe to/aggregate RSS feeds in Gmail. I think only certain selected (or a random subset of) users have this feature.

    Of course, everyone can publish their Gmail inbox as an RSS feed and view it from an external aggregator, but I think you were referring to the former in your post.

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