FeedForAll is a tool for creating and managing your RSS feeds, but even with what seems to be an ample, 30-day trial period, we don't recommend it for novice users.
The program has a clean, professional user interface organized into tabs. The purpose of the tabs isn't readily apparent. We were very glad to find the program's wizard, which walks you through the process of setting up new feeds, and the Help menu offers plenty of useful information without adding to the confusion. Each of three tabs represent a specific part of an RSS feed--feeds, items, and images. Within each tab, you'll find options for saving, publishing, and editing your feeds. Using the wizard, we entered the item title, description, and the link, all of which was very easy. We were also able to quickly upload an image to our feed without any help. The more advanced settings for adding style sheets and XML comments are easy to use, but require the user to have some experience with these elements.
FeedForAll is a very capable RSS manager, but even with the wizard you're expected to have some experience with setting up feeds. Novice users should start with a more basic program, but intermediate to advanced users will like this effective RSS manager.