This is one of the features that got lost in the transition from the YouTube Data API v2 to v3; YouTube does not have a feed for a user's subscriptions anymore represented in RSS/Atom.
As a workaround, you can use the individual channel's feeds and then use a feedreader that supports a "folder view", at which point we're pretty much exactly where you ...
This is Petr from Feedly.
This is, unfortunately, something we experience often with Craigslist. We are still in attempts to resolve this with Craigslist directly at the moment, unfortunately, they are a very difficult entity to communicate with. What happens is that we have to poll for new articles to their servers and since there are so many users of ...
If you don't like the promoted tweets then use an app instead. I use Tweetbot on iOS and Mac. It allows you to filter in many ways, including blocking promoted tweets. I block any number of things on Twitter and it makes the whole experience so much cleaner.
At the moment, it seems this is not possible. A Slack representative had this suggestion:
My only (not great) suggestion would be to perhaps grab the timestamp of the message quickly and paste it into your Slackbot channel for future reference or mark the channel as unread by long pressing on a message and selecting 'mark as unread'
You can give a try to https://www.wachete.com
It supports monitor of whole page, or just it's part, files, content of files, HTML headers, provides RSS feed of changes, email notifications and even plugged to zapier.
There's no way to do what you want just using jump-breaks.
An alternative to to remove the jumpbreaks from your posts, and use Feedburner's Summary-feed service to delivery just the first part of your content. to do this:
Set up a feed for your blog in Feedburner.com (and of course make it
possible to subscribe to this feed from your blog).
In the ...
You could try using a different url to pdf service.
One that I just found that doesn't seem to require setting of cookies is PDFmyURL.
They also have other url parameters you can set.
Note: I'm not affiliated with PDFmyURL in anyway. They were the first service I found when Googling, that didn't seem to require going ...
The lists I found in January have disappeared but here are a few I captured then, and they still work. They are not RSS though they are Atom, and that should be readable by your newsreader.
AP Top Headlines:
AP World Stories:
It seems that AP uses a custom XML format for their feeds. RSS is very limiting in terms of the data types that it allows and requires. (Media RSS adds a bit more in the area of media, images, etc.)
The link you found for AP's feeds has this format for feed data. Take a look at the source to understand format:
Where are you ...
The Subscription Manager page is not (no longer) linked anywhere that I could find but it still exists: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_manager and there is a functional Export button at the bottom.
However, the resulting XML/OPML file is a static snapshot of all subscribed channels into one folder, so unfortunately you will need to repeat the export ...
Couldn't you star the post on your mobile, then view your starred posts on your desktop?
To be more specific: You can tap and hold on the message on mobile and choose Star Message, then on your desktop view your Starred Messages.
Old question but new solutions exist now which allow you to make use of youtube without a google account.
For phones (android) - NewPipe
For PCs - Ividious, Minitube, FreeTube
Invidious can be self hosted or you can use a public instance. Every channel has an RSS feed.
Both, NewPipe and Ividious can import your yt channel subscriptions. Youtube allows ...