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Scott Weingart, MD FCCM. Table-of-Contents and FOAMcc in One Bolus. EMCrit Blog. Published on August 12, 2014. Accessed on March 22nd 2023. Available at [https://emcrit.org/emcrit/journal-opml/ ].
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Original Release: August 12, 2014
Date of Most Recent Review: Jan 1, 2022
Termination Date: Jan 1, 2025
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so i tried the feedly thing and itj does not seem to work. when i click on the link i get a bunch of programming text. would it work as well on a mac as on a pc? maybe that is the problem.
Yup tried this as well its a link to an XML file. Also renamed it to OPML and Feedly still can not process.
nope. key is to use download arrow at the top of the page. was this how you downloaded the file. when done with the arrow, you get an opml file ready for import
The following is a reformatted hyperlink which allows for direct download of the file, without it opening in internet browser and having to click the download link (links to the same file, it is how Google drive handles it that has changed):
Sorry for the confusion.
No “right click and save as…”
Just click the link, it’ll open a save as download box automatically
This is fantastic!