Sage is a basic RSS feed and news aggregator for Firefox. Its no-nonsense approach and ease of use will appeal to all user levels.
The extension is meshed with Firefox's sidebar. It's very easy to navigate, with buttons for checking and searching feeds, and two view panels. The top panel displays each feed that you're subscribed to, and the bottom panel displays the specific feed headlines. The Options menu gives you display options, and lets you manage your feeds. We were able to easily copy and paste feed URLs and add them to our list of feeds. Clicking each feed link introduced the individual feed headlines in the lower panel, and also displayed the feed Web site in the browser window. The program lets you manage each individual headline by marking it as read or unread. If you'd rather not interrupt your browsing, you can just hover your mouse over each headline, and a window pops up with the first few sentences of the story.
This free Firefox extension required little effort to understand, and had us viewing our feeds in no time. We highly recommend it to all users.
Sage is a lightweight RSS and Atom feed aggregator extension for Mozilla Firefox. It is got a lot of what you need and not much of what you don't. Features include reads RSS and Atom feeds, feed Discovery, integrates with Firefox's bookmark storage and Live Bookmarks, imports and exports OPML feed lists, newspaper feed rendering customizable via style sheets, and Technorati and RSS search engine integration.