Post type: share Better RSS Titles Bookmark

I read a fair bit of blogs via RSS, for which I’m using News Explorer on macOS and iOS.

When swiping through the articles or looking at the list of blogs in its sidebar, sometimes it’s difficult to know the author/source of an article, because it has an ~arbitrary~ non-specific RSS page title. As an example, a title of “RSS feed of all posts” unfortunately doesn’t say much at all and could pretty much be every blog out there (with an RSS feed!).

I (and probably everyone else?) prefer when your name, the name of the blog or its URL are included in the <title> of the XML document. Most of the time, this should be the template default, but I sometimes come across a few, where it constantly confuses me, that I can’t at a glance make out at who it’s from what I’m reading. Especially when I like it ;)


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