The ICE website contains a number of RSS feeds, which can help you get all the latest information from ICE as soon as it becomes available.
What is an RSS feed?
An RSS feed is essentially a subscription service provided by websites. It ensures that you are made aware of new content as soon as it is added, meaning you don’t have to keep visiting a site to check for new content. For example, if you joined ICE’s news feed, your RSS feed reader would be updated every time a new press release was added to the site. This service helps ensure that you can choose the information that is relevant to you and helps prevent you missing stories that matter.
How do I use ICE’s RSS feeds?
Most modern browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari support RSS feeds. For example, to sign up to ICE’s main news feed using IE8, you simply click on the feed link, select subscribe when taken to the feed page, and wait for the news to come to you!
There are also a number of stand alone services that provide feed readers, and ICE’s website is compatible with these.
Where do I find RSS feeds?
ICE’s website has a number of RSS feeds including –
These links will subscribe you to the feeds in question, and help ensure that you don’t miss any events or stories that matter to you.