It may be the scaled-down version, but Feed Editor Lite's straightforward interface offers just the right amount of options for creating and managing RSS feeds and podcasts.
The program's wizard to create a new RSS feed gets you off to the right start. The wizard was easy to understand, but also included a help feature to keep you covered. The wizard gives you two options for creating feeds--standard RSS or standard podcast. After that, simply enter a name, brief description, and the source URL in the appropriate field. Once we got all of that information into place, we were taken to the main user interface, which we found to be very intuitive. Command buttons and menu options for creating, saving, and uploading new feeds reside at the top of the window. Below that are tabs for displaying feeds, feed items, and feed images. The feed that we had created using the wizard appeared under the Feeds tab, and we were able to add more detailed information, such as Webmaster, editor, and copyright. Once we were ready to upload our feed, the built-in FTP made it a cinch to upload the feed and its corresponding information.
Feed Editor Lite made what seemed like a daunting task incredibly easy. The 30-day trial is plenty of time to get acquainted with the program, making it perfect for users new to RSS feed creation.