An RSS feed is a file used to syndicate and distribute a website's content or other information sources. RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication," a widely-used and accepted format
An RSS feed is typically a simple XML file containing a list of the latest content items from a website or other source. The items in the RSS feed may include articles, blog posts, videos, audio clips, or different types of content, a summary or excerpt, and a hyperlink to the complete content.
RSS feeds are usually accessed through an RSS reader or aggregator. Many web browsers, email clients, and other applications support the integration and display of RSS feeds.