Add Life Lists to Facebook, Other Social Networks, Personal Home Pages and BlogsIn addition to your own goals you can add feeds for your friends to your favorite social network (see special Facebook instructions).
Replace USER_ID_HERE with your SuperViva user ID or for any SuperViva user whose feeds you want to show.
For future top 10 goals:See below if you want more background about RSS.
1-Click Options to Add FeedsKeep tabs on what's new on your iGoogle, My Yahoo! etc. with these one-click feeds:
Click to add SuperViva's Most Popular Life Goals or paste in: http://superviva.com/rss/popular/
Click to add SuperViva's Most Recent Goals or paste in: http://superviva.com/rss/recent/
Add Feeds With 1 Click in Firefox and IE 7 (Only linked if the member's About Me page is public.)
lordgracie's Top Future Goal list
lordgracie's Top Things Done list
To manually add any of these lists to My Yahoo!, simply paste the link into the URL box on this Yahoo! page. On iGoogle, click Add Stuff then Add RSS feed.
Can't Use RSS On a Site? Get HTML CodeYou can copy "static" HTML code showing only the goals you want shown. Paste this in a MySpace profile or on any site. You would need to manually update the list, vs. RSS feeds which update automatically.
Go to My List where you'll find more info about how to do this. It takes just a second!
SuperViva feeds are free of charge for anyone to use. Attribution to SuperViva (included in each feed) is required. You are not allowed to modify the feeds to exclude any content.
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Want to know more about RSS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." It is a way that web publishers, such as newspapers, magazines, can create and distribute often-updated information. By subscribing to a service that can read information (feeds) formatted for RSS, you can go to one page to see updated information from many sources. My Yahoo! is an example of a service where you can add multiple RSS feeds to see at once, such as from the New York Times, BBC, blogs, and health websites.
The little orange RSS logo has become a wide-spread way of indicating if RSS feeds are available on a service. Wikipedia has more info about RSS if you're interested.