What is RSS?

RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication. RSS feeds are an easy and efficient way to receive notification when new information is available in a specific area of interest.

How Can I Benefit From RSS?

RSS feeds save time, allowing users to receive notification only when new content is available. Web site visitors choose the information they wish to subscribe to and can unsubscribe from any feed at any point.

How Do I Subscribe to RSS Feeds?

First you will need an RSS feed reader. If you are a Google Chrome user, you can easily add an RSS feed reader extension from the Chrome Web Store. Just search for RSS Reader and click Add to Chrome, that's it! You can also use standalone feed readers such as Feed Reader

RSS readers are simply programs that display the contents of an RSS feed in an easy to read format.

Once you have an RSS reader you can simply click the orange RSS icons you see on webpages, or copy and paste the URL (web address) into your RSS reader. Some readers will auto detect the presence of an RSS feed on a website and you can optionally choose to subscribe.

What RSS Feeds are Available on This Site?

The Hawaii State Legislature currently provides RSS feeds for measure status, member page updates, and committee page updates. You can click the RSS icon [RSS or RSS] on the individual measure status page next to the bill number to view a status feed. You will also find RSS icons on: