hi, can someone help with this, when on my profile page and i click on rss feed button, instead of seeing all my hubs and their url's as i had expected to see, i get a google page asking me if i want to add a google reader or a google account. Have i done something wrong and can I get my hub url's back?
When clicking on an RSS feed, different browsers handle it differently. Your browser ought to ask whether you want to subscribe to the feed, but browsers don't always work this way, and that is probably what you have been experiencing.
There is nothing wrong with the feed itself. Try right-clicking on it, then choose "bookmark link" or the like, and you will have subscribed to the RSS feed.
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