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  • Sources: How do I Search For and Follow Sources?

    Go to http://outl.it/search/sources.   This page lets you:  browse sources that you can follow, including RSS feeds of prev...

    Go to http://outl.it/search/sources.  

    This page lets you: 

    • browse sources that you can follow, including RSS feeds of preview content from major publications, individual writers and bloggers, and other voices
    • add a new RSS feed if you can’t find a source you want to follow
    • see friends that you can follow and share stories with in the friends feed
    • invite friends to join Outlit who aren't using Outlit yet
    • browse sources and voices by topic

    At any time when using Outlit, you can search for sources by clicking on the search icon (a magnifying glass) and typing in anything - that will reveal both stories with that query and sources and voices that match.

    You can also click the +source icon in your source navigation bar, the left side of the page that shows your sources that you follow on Outlit. Clicking the +RSS feed icon on the navigation lets you quickly add a RSS source to follow in your feed. 

    Additionally, at the top right of your web browser, there’s a search icon that looks like a magnifying glass. This leads you to Outlit’s general search capability, which will show you stories and sources to follow. 

  • How do I join Outlit?

    To get started, create your free Outlit account with just an email and password. Or, join Outlit by connecting your Twitter or Faceboo...

    To get started, create your free Outlit account with just an email and password.


    Or, join Outlit by connecting your Twitter or Facebook account. We strongly suggest you do this anyway - so it makes sense to do it from the start. This way, you can see your friends already on Outlit and get started reading with them.


    Once you join, you’ll see three icons on every page. These three icons represent the simple but powerful functions of what you can do on Outlit: