Combine feeds and search within RSS

Good news for those who like their news done good – We’ve added a few options to the free RSS feeds on the website so you can tailor them even tighter by topic.  Now you can combine, cross-reference and block feeds from each other.  You can also run keyword searches over the news categories and create your own custom versions. It’s easy, go to the Combine Feeds page to find out how.

A few examples for your delectation:

- merge feeds: business stories|Top stories|Top finance stories|Top US stories|Top UK stories

- cross-reference feeds: news|Climate change news&c=China news|India news|Indonesia news

- block feeds: America news|Caribbean news&c=!Mexico news|Cuba news

- keyword search over feeds: news|Climate change news&c=China news|India news|Indonesia news&query=government AND (target OR targets)


You can also combine any of the above, for instance keyword search over a set of cross-referenced feeds.  We also added another 100 feeds to the list of prebuilts, takes it up to 600.  Suppose more news equals good news…


December 19, 2008 Brian Mackie 5 Comments

Filed under: Moreover Technologies,Products,RSS feeds,search,Search Engine Toolkit


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  • 1. I am Nick Duddy  |  January 22, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    This is brilliant, I especially like the cross referencing of feeds. I get a feed from shoemoney and 85% are things I don’t want to know about so it takes me ages to work through to the stuff I do want. Great work!

  • 2. Rika Susan's Home Improvement News  |  January 26, 2009 at 9:14 am

    Thanks for this. I never realized that I could do this with feeds. Will come in handy.

  • 3. SEM Specialist  |  April 15, 2009 at 1:00 am

    Yes, this is really great. I also have a hard time with it, its a good thing we can now cross reference and combine feeds from each other.

  • 4. Michel Leconte  |  January 10, 2011 at 12:28 pm


    Feeds formats have been updated , so the procedure on this page should reflect it.
    Also I can’t find the delimiter, it seems to have changed too from the vertical bar |
    Could anyone help at Moreover?

  • 5. Zak Gollop  |  January 10, 2011 at 12:41 pm

    Hi Michael, nothing should have changed – is there a particular query you need a hand with?

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