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How can I subscribe to feeds?

  • I subscribed to atom feeds with Opera for computers, but I couldn't with Opera Mimi.
    My feed list of Opera Mini is empty, and I can't find 'subscribe' icon from the same website I subscribed with Opera for computers.

        http://lineblog.me/shinozakiai
    

    This is the website I wanna subscribe.

  • Looking at the page source in Opera, I see a tag that reads

    link rel="alternate" type="application/atom+xml" title="Atom" href="http://lineblog.me/shinozakiai/atom.xml"
    

    It's not technically RSS, but that's the address it would use. (Atom is an alternative to RSS.) Provided Mini understands Atom feeds, it should work.

  • On my newish phone, I tried using Opera mini, but feeds no longer work. There is no subscribe button, nor are there even rss logos on the page of any of my old feed-ready sites.
    I tried Opera for Android just now and there seems to be no way to turn off "top stories" without losing all feeds. I refuse to start the day with offensive Daily Mail garbage pretending to be news and just want my good old feed reading list back. I don't even mind re -entering all the addresses. This is Opera's last chance for me after ten years

  • @grapefruitzzz, you can enable Feeds in Opera Mini in Settings->Advanced, then you should get a Speed Dial that opens feeds list. Please make sure you load a website with Extreme compression mode to add it to your feeds. You can disable news feed on start page in Settings->Start page content. I hope you'll stay with us 🙂

  • @mbaluta, @sgunhouse
    This website support RSS feed. You can see feed icon on the right middle, under a calender.
    http://aishinozaki.tistory.com
    However, you couldn't see any feed icon on mobile site.
    http://aishinozaki.tistory.com/m
    I loaded it with Extreme compression mode, but couldn't find feed icon. So, I want to add feeds to Opera mini manually, inserting feed urls. In my opinion, it would be better. What do you think of it?