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‘Add to Netvibes’ bookmarklet « thought.less.ness

Wed, 10/18/2006 - 09:26 -- rprice

Update: With the release of Firefox v2.0 this week, you can now customize your feed subscription engine. Netvibes is not one of the choices, but this post on the Netvibes blog shows you how to set it up.

I have ben on the lookout for a Firefox plugin for Netvibes lately - simple things like adding a feed to my page (and being able to choose the tab perhaps?), especially installing something in the context menu (read: right-click menu) to help me click on a link and add that URI to my dashboard. Sadly, I don't think such a thing exists. Instead, I found a ‘Add to Netvibes’ bookmarklet -- pretty cool.

This is a service provided by netvibes that examines all the feed links on a page and gives you a list of subscription options. If you have a Netvibes account, you'll be asked to log in. All of my blogs also have a handy "+Netvibes" chicklet as well.

Add to Netvibes
Just click and drag this link up into your bookmarks toolbar and you're all set!

Results of the Netvibes Bookmarklet


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