What is RSS?
RSS is a convenient way of receiving continuously updated information streams without subscribing to a newsletter. "RSS" stands for "really simple syndication" or "rich site summary". Basically, it is a direct news channel to a selected website. You subscribe to the RSS feed or news feed and get updates whenever something new happens on the site.
How can I subscribe?
You can subscribe to our RSS feed directly from your browser by simply adding it to your bookmarks. Some browsers also have a "Subscribe to this page" option. Whenever you open your bookmarks, you'll then find the latest updates and Wall AG headlines. Of course you can also use one of the various free newsreaders available on the Internat. Windows Vista also offers you a widget that displays your feeds on your desktop.
What are the benefits of the Wall RSS feed?
Our RSS feed allows you to stay up-to-date with respect to all relevant Wall news. This includes information on new products, new developments and innovations, as well as company news. RSS feeds differ from newsletters and do not send any eMails to your eMail account. Instead, your feed reader or your internet browser will automatically access new information as soon as it becomes available.
Can I stop receiving RSS feeds?
Should you no longer be interested in accessing the Wall RSS feed, you can delete it from your RSS subscripton list at any time. Unsubscring is as simple and straightforward as subscribing.