OPML


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OPML

(Outline Processor Markup Language) An XML-based format for describing outline-based content such as playlists and to-do lists.
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Feedly's chief executive Edwin Khodabakchian said that the company is committed to fixing the problems adding that Feedly did not currently import OPML files but would gain the functionality and users could export the data from Google and reload it en masse into Feedly at some point over the coming days.
The use of OPML was well outside the mainstream of librarianship, and, even among colleagues who were aware of OPML, few had considered how it could be used to easily share groups of feeds between users and readers.
OPML, or outline processor markup language, is an XML format commonly used to share lists of web-feed URLs.
com requesting an OPML file of all the ASS feeds mentioned in this month's column, as well as a selection of other higher ed news feeds.
The service also offers default features like sharing, pinning, tags, key shortcuts, OPML import and mobile support.
The first is OPML, or Outline Processor Markup Language.
In April's Library Stuff Revisited, I introduced OPML and reading lists.
Curio 4 also includes improved searching through its new advanced search shelf and Flashlight file finder, and enhanced inter-application capabilities with its support for embedded messages from Mail, and OPML import and export to and from lists and mind maps.
I am already using OPML at Azusa Pacific College in California where I am an instruction librarian and assistant professor.
With this in mind, Dave Winer, a pioneer in the blogging and RSS industries, created reading lists, which are OPML documents that point to RSS feeds.
The OPML import feature also provides an easy means for podcast listeners to share their favorite podcast lists with SelectRadio users.
Public Portals offer multimedia bookmarking, group discussions, and tools such as OPML and RSS feeds to help you stay up to speed on your various interests.