Wondering about setting up a search alert or finding feeds in your discipline? , is a way to keep current on websites that have frequently updated content.Our crawlers are working on behalf of you to relentlessly periodically check servers where RSS feeds are published and ask if there is anything new.The frequency at which this happens makes posting a story and seeing it pop up on Netvibes vary.The length of truncated feeds also varies; some blogs show as little as 200 characters whereas others might show up to a 1,000 words.The goal of a truncated feed is to drive readers to website, where they will be able to see the other, nonblog content on there -- such as items for sale, ads or comments.Thanks to Auto Save, even if the original content has been deleted from the web, you can still find the data on your dashboard. Because it approximately publishes a new item every hour, all of its items are saved for 30 days if you are a free user.
With Auto Save, Netvibes saves all of your dashboard content – regardless of how many feeds, articles, tweets, etc., you have – during a defined period of time, which is 24 hours for free users, 48 hours for VIP users and 3 months for Premium users.Due to Twitter’s API policy, you need to have a Twitter account linked to Netvibes Basic to use Twitter apps and searches from your dashboard.Once authenticated with Twitter, you can add as many Twitter widgets as you want, from as many account as you want. Click "Add", then "Feed" and enter the URL of the web site you want to track, Netvibes will usually reveal and allow hidden feeds.If no RSS feeds available, there are many online services that converts any web page to an RSS feed on the fly.