Subscribe to our Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds to get news delivered directly to your desktop with your personal aggregator, such as My Yahoo! or Google Reader.
To view one of the RSS feeds in your RSS Aggregator, please follow your aggregator's setup instructions and when requested, copy the URL for your topic(s) of interest below and paste it into your aggregator.
|All News & Alerts||https://www.cefcu.com/rss/rss.php|
|Credit Card Rates||https://www.cefcu.com/rss/rates_credit.php|
|Home Loan Rates||https://www.cefcu.com/rss/rates_homeloans.php|
|Special Offers, News, & Alerts||https://www.cefcu.com/rss/special_offers_news.php|
- What is RSS?
- How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?
- Why use RSS?
- How does RSS differ from receiving emails from selected sites?
- How do I get an RSS reader?
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and it is a method for sharing Web content. With RSS, information comes to you when information on a website is updated. Usually if a site has RSS available, you will see an orange icon with white arcs or white RSS letters.
How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?
To subscribe to RSS feeds, you will need one of the following:
- Up-to-date versions of Internet Explorer (7.0 or higher) or Firefox
- A Feed Reader (or Feed Aggregator)
Your chosen RSS feeds are checked regularly, then any updated content is posted.
Why use RSS?
The RSS reader gathers content from a variety of sources and displays it in an organized format in one convenient location, so you will not have to visit multiple websites to get the information.
How does RSS differ from receiving emails from selected sites?
With RSS, you do not have to provide your email address to subscribe, so you eliminate the risk of spam from other parties that may obtain your email address. RSS gives you complete control over your subscriptions without the possibility of losing important information/updates into an email spam filter. In addition, you do not have to unsubscribe from a feed, you just remove it from your reader.
How do I get an RSS reader?
If your browser does not have RSS capabilities, you can get an RSS reader from a number of sources; however, be aware that not all RSS readers are free. Here are some examples:Back to Top
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