Q&A about: Organization and Sharing Tools

In this post, I’ll share with you some answers to questions PressDisplay.com users asked about our information management tools.  Feel free to suggest other questions for this post and we’ll do our best to answer them. Also, don’t forget to check out the help files on PressDisplay.com related to this area.

1. Can I save articles in PressDisplay.com so I can retrieve them even after the issue is no longer available as a back issue to me?
Yes, that is one of the great benefits of using PressDisplay.com bookmarks.

Bookmarks are a very convenient way to save stories or pages of interest indefinitely, even after they are removed from our available back issues list.  And you can still share articles on those bookmarked pages through email or your blog.

Check out this post where I show you how to create and manage your bookmarks.  How to organize YOUR content on PressDisplay.com

2. What is RSS?
A: RSS is a format for syndicating news and the content of news related web sites. By using RSS programs, called news aggregators, you can easily keep up with all of your favorite newspapers by checking their RSS feeds which display new content as soon as it is published online.

3. How can I use RSS?
A: To begin using RSS, readers must use RSS reader desktop client or any web-based aggregator which can present new articles in a list, giving a line or two of each article and a link to the full article or post. There are multiple programs that can be downloaded free. Here are two to consider:

For a full list of aggregators visit:

Select the newspaper for which you wish to receive an RSS feed. Select the RSS icon and you will be instructed to copy the URL(s) into your RSS Reader.