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How to list or search all articles in a
category at once
Categorical searches and aggregation can help you locate information quickly.
Here's how it's done.
Searching a category
- Right-click any category or Blogroll in your RSS Favorites tree, then choose Search
from the popup menu.
- Type a word or phrase into the search term field. You can use a number of
options to specify your search—search for the whole word or
phrase, perform a case-sensitive search, or use regular expressions—and
you can use comparison operators AND, OR, and NOT. You may need to experiment
with the operators and options to sharpen your searches. (If you've never used
regular expressions before and you want to try them in your searches, you can
find a number of excellent articles on the Web to give you some direction.)
- Click OK to dismiss the dialog and start the search. The search is
conducted on the News title and description data for all feeds in the
currently selected category, as well as in all of its subcategories.
A new "Category:" tab opens in the
Newsheader pane, with a summary of your search, including your search
term. If the search was successful, articles from the selected category are
listed and search terms are highlighted in yellow wherever they appear in the
Aggregating a category
Aggregation lets you gather all of the articles from all newsfeeds in a selected
category or Blogroll, and all subcategories. You can then search the
- To aggregate newsfeeds, right-click on a category or Blogroll and
choose "Aggregate Favorites" from the popup menu. A new "Category:" tab opens in
the Newsheader pane, and all articles from the selected category and its subs
are listed, along with the name of the source newsfeed.
Note: Category search results or aggregated article lists may also be
saved as collections (and it is able to export them to PDF, RTF, or HTML
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