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Yahoo Pipes is a great tool, it allows you to aggregate feeds from different sources and present the same in a single view. This saves surfing thru various sites to see latest information, you can just create pipes to suck latest information from various sources organize / sort it on date time and display.


Using Yahoo Pipes you can do the following:

  • Define different sources
  • Define Search terms
  • Fetch the feed
  • Make Union of feeds from different sources
  • Sort by date
  • Filter / remove non unique items / feeds
  • Set the count of feeds to be displayed
I have created Telecom Pipe to aggregate feeds from few of the Telecom site. Link for which is: Posted on Sunday, November 25, 2007 12:00 AM Tools | Back to top


Comments on this post: Use Yahoo Pipes to aggregate and display multiple rss feeds

# re: Use Yahoo Pipes to aggregate and display multiple rss feeds
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nice post Manish.. you will also like http://www.pageflakes.com/narendra.tiwari.ashx

here I've configured the RSS from few .Net bloggers including you and me.

-Naren
Left by Naren on Nov 27, 2007 4:29 PM

# re: Use Yahoo Pipes to aggregate and display multiple rss feeds
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Nice article.
I managed to modify and improve a few Yahoo pipes. Also, I create a few useful pipes and some of them are used in my site: MacrosReader (http://reader.macrostandard.com/)
Left by Dan N. Moldovan on Dec 18, 2007 8:08 AM

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