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Stay totally informed with the Doka RSS Feed

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Here's how to use our free RSS feed.

What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is used for distributing frequently updated news content. You can sign up for several different websites by sending RSS requests to them, and then read aggregated content from these sites in an RSS reader, without having to visit each of them separately.

How do I use the Doka RSS Feed?

To subscribe to the Doka RSS Feed, you first need an RSS reader. You can either use the built-in reader in Firefox or Opera, or download a free reader from the Internet (e.g. FeedReader, AmphetaDesk or Shrook).

Now copy the following link and paste it into your RSS reader:

http://www.doka.com/web/newsroom/rss.en.xml

Your RSS reader will now monitor the Doka Newsroom to check for new stories at regular intervals, and send them straight to your computer.

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